Elizabeth Lim MA, LCPC
Elizabeth’s desire to help others develop and strengthen their autonomy was inspired by her first trip to Africa, where she was involved in several service projects. Observing and being graciously granted the privilege to walk beside people who were struggling with complex internal and external issues—ranging from extreme emotional and mental distress to multi-layered environmental systemic issues—provided Elizabeth with the motivation to leave the business world and pursue a career in helping others gain self awareness and strengthen their self-efficacy.
Elizabeth believes it is important for individuals to have a safe place to “tell their story.” She collaboratively works with her clients to overcome any shame associated with their current struggles, and she encourages her clients to discover the power and freedom found in embracing their vulnerabilities. Elizabeth incorporates interventions from various theoretical orientations, including client-centered, solution-focused, dialectical behavior and cognitive behavior techniques.
Elizabeth obtained her MA in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College and is currently pursuing her Addictions Counseling Certification (CADC), so she can support her clients in struggling with dependency and co-dependency. She works with men, women, adolescents and marital couples.