Therapy Services:
Elevate Your Well-Being

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"My 15-year-old daughter never liked a therapist before. Liz's personality and presence put us at ease, allowing us to discuss tough topics. It's been a miracle for our relationship. Highly recommend Liz for anyone with a teen. In one session, my daughter and I both felt seen and heard by each other, leaving us more calm and assured about working through struggles. Grateful for Liz's ability to lead in a safe, non-judgmental way."
- A.S., Former Parent Client

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Therapy: Elevate Your Well-Being

Individualized therapy sessions focus on making sense of the past to move forward with new insight and integration. I’m passionate about helping my clients develop the skills and mindsets to help them overcome whatever personal or life challenges they are facing. Many of my clients are working through anxiety or depression; learning to manage ADHD, ASD, or executive functioning deficits; processing grief and loss associated with death, divorce, and moves; or navigating tricky social situations, identity development, and complex family dynamics.

Individual, parent, or family therapy can be facilitated in person in Asheville, North Carolina or via confidential video conferencing to clients in North Carolina or Utah.

Benefits of Therapy: Who is it For and How Can it Help?

Therapy can benefit:

  • Young people navigating life transitions, identity shifts, relationships dynamics, and new responsibilities. Growing up is an exciting yet overwhelming time. Therapy can help young people learn to balance their own mental health needs with the new responsibilities and challenges they are facing as they enter adolescence or adulthood.
  • Adults feeling at a loss and hoping to regain their confidence and trust in themselves. Seeing your child struggle and not knowing how to help can create a profound sense of powerlessness. Therapy provides parents the resources to understand their own experiences, care for themselves during challenging times, and support and connect with their children.
  • Parents and families experiencing challenges communicating, connecting, and holding boundaries with one another. Therapy can benefit families who are looking to understand what’s driving the challenges in their family system and need help resolving the deeper relational wounds so healing can begin.
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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 and healing 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 pages.

    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!