Liz Reynolds, NCC, LPC

Liz Reynolds, NCC, LPC

 

Liz is a warm and compassionate counselor that comes to our practice with extensive experience in the public school realm helping children for the past sixteen years through the trials and tribulations of adolescence.

She has expertise in supporting children with anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, self esteem, school refusal, social thinking needs, divorce support, and various levels of emotional support for the individual child, teen and family. Liz holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arizona State University, a Masters degree in School Counseling from Fairfield University, and a Sixth year degree from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in Education.

She is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. It is her belief that every child is unique and valuable and deserves to feel that what they do and say in our world matters. She is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and takes an eclectic approach with her clients incorporating mindfulness, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and always a sense of humor!

She often uses her sweet and loving therapy dog Onyx, an adorable black lab trained by the Guiding Eyes for the Blind. It is hard not to feel comforted with sweet Onyx around. Liz looks forward to using her expertise and care to support your family and help you achieve your counseling goals.

 

 Liz is a warm and compassionate counselor that comes to our practice with extensive experience in the public school realm helping children for the past sixteen years through the trials and tribulations of adolescence.

She has expertise in supporting children with anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, self esteem, school refusal, social thinking needs, divorce support, and various levels of emotional support for the individual child, teen and family. Liz holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arizona State University, a Masters degree in School Counseling from Fairfield University, and a Sixth year degree from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in Education.

She is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. It is her belief that every child is unique and valuable and deserves to feel that what they do and say in our world matters. She is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and takes an eclectic approach with her clients incorporating mindfulness, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and always a sense of humor!

She often uses her sweet and loving therapy dog Onyx, an adorable black lab trained by the Guiding Eyes for the Blind. It is hard not to feel comforted with sweet Onyx around. Liz looks forward to using her expertise and care to support your family and help you achieve your counseling goals.

 

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