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MSW • LCSW Crisis Triage Therapist

Liz is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, who graduated with a Master’s Degree in clinical Social Work, MSW, from Syracuse University and holds a B.S. in Psychology from Syracuse University. She is from New Jersey and lived in Syracuse, NY prior to moving to Colorado.  Before coming to CAPS, Liz worked at Mental Health Partners. She worked as a Crisis and Brief Therapist and Manager of Crisis /Access to Care team. She also worked on the Information Systems Team as a Business Analyst supporting staff on various software applications including the Electronic Health Record. She has experience in many different settings including community mental health, inpatient behavioral health, psychiatric emergency room, outpatient therapy, elementary school setting, detention centers and continues to provide disaster response in the community. She has worked with children, families, and adults and is excited to work with and support the University of Colorado Boulder students. She uses Brief Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral and Cognitive Behavioral Techniques while working with clients.

Liz loves Spending time with her family, friends and dogs, skiing and hiking in the mountains, and traveling.

Pronouns: she/her/hers


  • MSW, Clinical Social Work, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 
  • BS, Psychology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

The place you'd most like to see or thing you'd most like to do

Meet people and learn firsthand about the different places, cultures, and food. Ski and hike the places I travel to.

Areas of interest

Mental health crisis assessment and stabilization, navigation of mental health system and resources, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, mood and anxiety disorders, eating concerns, substance use and recovery, trauma and psychosis.

Connect with CAPS

Please call CAPS at 303-492-2277 to inquire about CAPS services.

To message a specific provider:

  1. Go to mycuhealth.colorado.edu
  2. Click "Get Started" under the Counseling and Psychiatric Services clinic
  3. Go to "Messages" tab
  4. Click "Compose New Message"
  5. Find applicable provider to message or message ASK CAPS