Elizabeth Molina, MA, LPC-Associate

Supervised by: Kerry Williamson, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S, CST

Candice Reece, LPC-Intern
Elizabeth counsels from our North Austin and Georgetown locations and works with adolescents and adults dealing with anxiety, depression, life transitions, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, trauma-related issues and overcoming addictive behaviors.

With her strengths-based approach, Elizabeth empowers her clients to gain insight into their stories as she guides and supports them in their therapy goals. Elizabeth blends cognitive behavioral therapy  with narrative therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), internal family systems (IFS),  mindfulness, and grounding practices.

Elizabeth  believes that every person's story deserves to be told and heard and works with her clients from that foundational truth. Through this narrative therapy approach, Elizabeth helps people understand the stories that have shaped their core beliefs about themselves and  create new stories that can add vibrancy, compassion, and acceptance to their lives. She excels in coming alongside her clients with her holistic style that creates a safe place for her clients to process their  healing journey.

A native of Texas, Elizabeth has completed her Master's in Clinical Mental Health from Adams State University in Alamosa, CO and is excited about returning to The Lone Star State! She is passionate about walking with her clients in hard places and learning everything she can to help them grow and thrive! In her spare time, she enjoys being outdoors, cooking, reading, and music. She also loves connecting with family and friends and her broader community.

Elizabeth offers a sliding scale based on income for fee reduction for qualified clients. For further information about next steps to see Elizabeth, please visit our FAQ page.  For specific questions email Elizabeth at [email protected].

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