Elizabeth Meyers, MA, LCPC, ATR
Adolescent (14 years old and Up) & Adult Therapy
We are all searching for happiness. We all want our children and partners to be happy. Happiness begins when we can let go of the hurt and pain that keeps us stuck. Liz believes in empowering her clients to acknowledge their bravery by seeking therapy and beginning the healing process. She encourages them to express and feel the uncomfortable feelings and guides them as they begin to move forward again in their life journey. Everyone is faced with several complicated and confusing events throughout life. It is important to find a therapist you feel comfortable and safe with to share memories, or the painful recollections that are holding you back from becoming the best version of yourself.
Liz is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, as well as, a Registered Art Therapist, with her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Adler University. She is a Level 1 & 2 Gottman Method Couples Clinician, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, and is Certified in Critical Incident Stress Management for Individuals & Group. She worked for eight years at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in the Behavioral Health inpatient and outpatient program facilitating various groups. She has been in private practice for over fourteen years and has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics.
Liz uses a variety of counseling approaches to help her clients create a healthier and more functioning lifestyle. Throughout the therapy process, she provides insight regarding emerging patterns, education related to behaviors and symptomology, encourages the development of coping skills, stress management, mindfulness, expands parenting skills, and much more. Each of these methods are introduced throughout the therapy journey, and is communicated in an empathic, nurturing and accepting environment.
Liz has experience in the following areas:
- Anger Management
- Blended Families
- Crisis Intervention
- Family Conflict
- Grief and Loss
- Mood Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Parenting Skills
- Physical, Sexual and Psychological Abuse
- Pre and Post Divorce
- Sexual Identity Disorder
- Social Skills
Elizabeth can be reached by phone at 630.718.0717, ext. 205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For immediate assistance to schedule an appointment, please connect with one of our Client Care Specialists at 630.718.0717, ext. 240.