Family Intensives:
Enhance Communication and Connection

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"I’ve known Liz for over a decade and worked with her in various settings. Having Liz on my team was a joy; her dedication to students and families was exceptional. I’ve seen her positively impact countless families' lives. Liz’s high energy, playfulness, and humor made therapy enjoyable for young people and their families, removing any stigma. I wholeheartedly recommend Liz to families needing support. She's a woman of integrity and grit, always evolving as a coach, therapist, and person."
- Tere, Colleague

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Family Intensives: Enhance Communication and Connection

Family intensives allow parents and children the opportunity to dive deep into healing family wounds and shifting interpersonal dynamics and patterns. Family intensives can range from several hours to multiple days. They occur either in your home environment or another restorative location. The family intensive is the perfect place to wrap other family members, such as siblings, into the experience. Let’s set up a consultation call to discuss how your family could benefit from this type of experience.

Benefits of Family Intensives: Strengthening Bonds with Your Loved Ones

Family Intensives provide:

  • Uninterrupted time to process feelings, hurts, and resentments and the impact they’ve had on each member of the family.
  • Dedicated space to slow down, reflect, and be present in one another’s experience.
  • The healing opportunity to feel heard, seen, and understood.
  • Powerful resources for regulating emotions and listening and attuning to others.
  • Direct and compassionate feedback on how to practice healthier forms of communication.
  • A deeper sense of connection and hope for the way forward.
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Frequently Asked Questions

    What's the difference between therapy and coaching?

    Good question! Therapy is typically focused on specific mental health issues, such as anxiety or depression, and centers on exploring the past to gain insight and heal old traumas. Coaching, on the other hand, looks toward the future. It involves building skills, creating habits, and putting awareness into action. For more information on what a therapy or coaching session with me looks like, I encourage you to check out my services page.

    Will you provide me with a superbill?

    If you are eligible, I am happy to provide a superbill to share with your insurance company as you seek reimbursement for services. I also reserve space on my coaching and therapy caseload for families who need services at a reduced fee.

    Where do you provide services?

    I am licensed to provide in-person and telehealth therapy sessions to clients in North Carolina and Utah. I do not provide therapy to parties in other states. Because coaching, consultation, and organizational training do not involve a clinical diagnosis and focus, I can provide these services in other states. Please visit the services page or contact me if you have questions about which service is best for you.

    How are creative arts and play beneficial?

    Creative arts and play-based interventions access different parts of our brains, leading to deeper, more meaningful change and awareness. Activities like drawing and sand tray help work through defenses and are a fun way of doing difficult work. Play and creative arts are ideal for all ages and especially recommended for younger children and teens due to their developmental stage and cognitive abilities.

    Are there any issues you don’t work with?

    While I am an experienced clinician and coach, significant sexual trauma histories, complex mood disorders, active suicidality, substance abuse issues, or contentious couples or co-parenting issues are not my primary areas of expertise. If you are experiencing these issues, I recommend working with a therapist who specializes in those areas.

    How do I get started?

    Navigating life can be challenging, but finding support doesn’t have to be. If you have questions about therapy, coaching, or what service best suits you, your family, or your organization’s needs, let’s set up a consultation call. I look forward to joining you on your journey!