- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
- Practice Locations
- Good Shepherd Catholic Community
- First United Methodist Church Coppell
- Central Office
- Life Stages
- College, Young Adults
- Areas of Focus
- Faith and spirituality
- Family therapy
- Marriage, couples
- Pre-engagement, pre-married
- Relationship issues
- Substance abuse/addiction
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Texas A&M University
- Masters of Theological Studies, Ave Maria University
- Masters of Science in Counseling with a focus on Marriage and Family Therapy, Southern Methodist University
I believe that it takes great courage to ask for help, and it is an honor to get to walk alongside people as they work to cultivate a life of true happiness. I believe your story matters, and I want to provide you with a safe place to process the difficulties in your life and in your relationships.
I view my role as a counselor in a twofold manner: I am here to collaborate with you to help you identify any wounds that you carry and where they stem from in the hope that they can be healed. Second, my role is to help you discover the means of relating with your loved ones in a way that leads to a satisfactory quality of life.
Elizabeth provides support to couples and families facing difficulty in their relationship as well as to dating, engaged, and married couples who want to set up strong and positive foundations in their relationships. She also works with adults who experience anxiety and who struggle with life's many changes.
In addition to her clinical license, Elizabeth has a Master's degree in Theological Studies, and she has received training from the Theology of the Body Institute in Philadelphia and the John Paul II Healing Center in Tallahassee.
Additional areas of focus:
Coping with divorce, blended families
Faith and spirituality
Guilt and shame
Identity and self-image
Women's issues, young women