Elizabeth graduated from Montana State University with her BS in Psychology. She then moved east to New York City where she received her Master’s in Social Work from New York University. While in New York City, she worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families with special emphasis on substance use, anxiety, depression, identity issues, and behavioral issues. Elizabeth aided clients in navigating the complex systems that prohibited their growth and success.
Elizabeth views therapy as a collaborative bond between the clinician and the client. The possibility of understanding and reducing adversity is not accomplished without a healthy, non-judgmental connection. Elizabeth is passionately dedicated to supporting and strengthening the inherent resiliency in her clients.
Elizabeth is thrilled to be returning to Bozeman! She hopes to reconnect with the great outdoors and is looking forward to seeing the progress the community has made while she was away. Elizabeth is excited to join Providence Mental Health and pave the way for trauma-informed, family practice in Gallatin Valley.