Lizz Jackson, LPC, CCTP, CAC
Denver – Centennial
Elizabeth “Lizz” Jackson is a Licensed Professional Counselor with additional certifications as a Clinical Trauma Professional and Certified Addictions Counseling. Lizz has practiced in the behavioral health field for 9 years. Her professional experiences include working with diverse individuals, couples, groups, and adolescents in community-based counseling programs.
Lizz excels at building a strong rapport with clients and coming alongside individuals struggling with anxiety, co-occurring disorders, depression, LGBTQI issues, self-harm, substance use, relationship conflict, and trauma. Additional specialties include working with school-age children, adolescents, and parents in addressing behavioral issues, self-esteem, and divorce.
Lizz’s continued education has provided further focus and learning around diversity, inclusion, religion, spirituality, and advocacy. This learning has instilled the value in supporting clients’ as they safely bring their unique belief systems, race, ethnicity, and background into the therapy room. Lizz’s primary therapeutic approach is eclectic and molded within the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy framework. Lizz’s client-centered, strengths-based, non-judgmental therapeutic approach helps to facilitate a collaborative therapeutic environment. As a therapist, Lizz has the professional goals of supporting clients where they are while holding optimistic hope for where their healing journey will take them.
Addiction/Substance Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Career Counseling, CBT, Children/Parenting, Codependency, Cross-Cultural Issues, Depression, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Elder Issues, Faith/Spirituality/Religion, Gender Identity Development, Gender Non-Conforming, Grief and Loss, LGBTQ, Men’s Issues, Mindfulness, Occupational Issues, Phobias, Premarital Issues, PTSD/Trauma, Relationships, Self-Harm, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Identity Development, Social Anxiety, Stress Management, Transgender Support, Weight/Body Issues, Women’s Issues