Liz started her career in mental health volunteering as an emergency room advocate to survivors of sexual violence in the Columbus area as she was completing her undergraduate degree in Sociology at The Ohio State University.
Having firsthand experience supporting those in crisis solidified her plans to go on to complete a master’s program in nursing with a specialty in psychiatry/mental health at The Ohio State University.
Her previous experience includes Nationwide Children’s Hospital, working on the inpatient child and adolescent unit, with both patients and their families. While there, Liz further expanded her skills in crisis management while also helping patients progress to their next steps in healing. Liz then went on to work in outpatient community mental health, working with patients across the lifespan in general psychiatry.
Liz believes in building therapeutic relationships with her patients, utilizing evidence-based approaches, and partnering with her patients to find the best interventions for the individual. Her areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and other psychotic disorders.
She is currently accepting new patients, both adults and adolescents ages 16 and older.