Our Team: Counselors

Elizabeth Jones, LPC, NCC, CCATP, CGCS

Licensed Professional Counselor

Elizabeth is a licensed professional counselor with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Messiah College and a master’s degree in intercultural studies from Wheaton College. She is a National Certified Counselor, a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional, and a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist. She has experience counseling adolescents and adults, including college students, people from international backgrounds, people experiencing homelessness and those recovering from addiction.

Elizabeth enjoys working with teens and adults on issues such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, communication skills, relational issues, self-esteem, stress management, multicultural issues, spiritual struggles, women’s issues, and career challenges. She uses person-centered, strengths-based and cognitive behavioral orientations while incorporating techniques from narrative, solution-focused, internal family systems and mindfulness approaches as needed. Elizabeth seeks to create a safe and comfortable space for collaboration, exploration and growth while helping clients develop hope, expand their capacity to make positive changes, and gain courage and confidence to take steps toward their goals.

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Upcoming Programs & Events

Change Through Compassion Spring WorkshopMarch 31 - May 26

The eight-week online workshop provides participants with the opportunity to gain experience in mindfulness and self-compassion practices.

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Change Through Compassion Core Skills IntensiveJuly 14 - July 22

The summer Change Through Compassion Core Skills Intensive provides participants with an introduction to the practices of mindfulness & self-compassion.

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Change Through Compassion Fall WorkshopSeptember 15 - November 5

The eight-week online workshop provides participants with the opportunity to gain experience in mindfulness and self-compassion practices.

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