About Liz Light
Liz earned her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Edgewood College and has experience in day treatment, in-home, group, and outpatient clinical settings. As a mental health therapist, Liz utilizes an intersectional, systems-based lens in order to co-create therapeutic connections that are both affirming and enriching for all clients. Liz’s clinical interests include trauma-informed therapies, therapy throughout the lifespan, relational dynamics and communication, LGBTQIA+ populations, art therapy, and working responsively with clients facing systemic barriers to wellness and healing. Liz’s background in visual and performing arts, education, and supporting individuals with disabilities grounds her work in person-centered, experiential, and strengths-based approaches. Liz believes that everyone deserves to experience the safety and compassion necessary to be vulnerable and explore new ways of being.