Liz has been working in the mental health field since 2017. She received her master’s degree in Rehabilitation Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, specializing in helping folks with disabilities find work. For the last six and a half years, she has worked in community mental health, as a case manager and vocational counselor, helping adults of all ages and adolescents with severe and persistent mental illness in their recovery journey. She speaks Spanish and French.
Liz has experience working with adults and adolescents with severe and persistent mental illness, mood disorders, intellectual disabilities, dementia, substance use disorders, selective mutism, personality disorders, Reactive Attachment Disorder, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. She has experience with registered sex offenders. She also has co-led psychoeducational and individual skills coaching groups. Lastly, she has helped clients navigate the legal system, including Chapter 51 commitments. She uses a variety of interventions and evidence-based practices, such as supportive psychotherapy, CBTp, Motivational Interviewing, and DBT.
Liz uses an individualized, client-centered, strengths-based approach and looks at recovery from a holistic lens.