About Liz



Thank you for visiting my website. I hope to help you find out more about me and how I may be of help to you. Here’s what I think is important for you to know.

As a naturally curious person and a skilled listener, our time together will be patient focused and interactive.  My goal is to guide you to reflective thinking, processing, and positive action towards self-care.

I believe in getting to know my clients in a meaningful way so that I can provide compassionate and individualized care. With that said, my therapeutic approach is always strength-based. I also incorporate aspects of interpersonal therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and coaching in my work with clients.

In my personal life, I am a wife, mother, and dog lover.  I enjoy spending time with my husband, daughter, and our beagle, Charlie. I find enjoyment taking walks with my family, participating in yoga and spinning classes, baking cupcakes, traveling to new places, and relaxing on the beaches in Maine.

I look forward to working with you!


Degrees and Certifications: 

Masters of Social Work (MSW), Salem State College (2009), Child & Family Concentration

Post Graduate Certificate Program, Relational and Multi-Contextual Treatment of Trauma, Simmons College (2010)

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW #116728) in Massachusetts


Maternal Mental Health Course – Jewish Family & Children Services Boston (2013)

Maternal Mental Health Certification Course, 2020Moms and Postpartum Support International (2017)

Maternal Mental Health Advanced Training, 2020Moms and Postpartum Support International (2019)


National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

Postpartum Support International (PSI)

Postpartum Support International – Massachusetts Chapter


Publications on WBUR:

‘It’s Frightening’: How New Moms Are Experiencing The Coronavirus Pandemic https://www.wbur.org/commonhealth/2020/04/04/new-mom-covid-19-coronavirus-parenting


Follow my posts on What Makes You Move, Mama?

Self-Care: The Importance of “ME Time”

Thanksgiving: A Time of Gratitude

Charlie, the office beagle
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