Elizabeth Haberer, LCSW

Psychotherapy is known to be helpful during times of transition, struggle or loss. For some, it can be especially useful when the tides are calmer, when wanting to remove self-deceptions in order to show up more authentically in our lives, or to change patterns that no longer serve us.

My clinical work is anchored in attachment theory, which focuses on how we relate to ourselves and to others. I place utmost importance on the quality of the relationship that we build together. My approach is integrative and tailored to each person's needs and personality. 

I am experienced in integrating the mind and body, and walking alongside people who feel overcome by difficult emotions and life circumstances.

My commitment is to help people inhabit their bodies and lives in a meaningful manner.

 

   

 

For one human being to love another: that is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks… the work for which all other work is but preparation.
— Rainer Maria Rilke

 
 
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About Elizabeth

Elizabeth’s two decades of clinical experience has taken her to fascinating settings prior to establishing her private practice, such as: The Children’s Assessment Center, the Council on Recovery, the University of Pittsburgh’s Medical Center’s Pediatric OCD IOP program, as well as the Menninger Clinic, where she spent several years working as an individual, group and family therapist in the Compass unit for young adults.

Her clinical specialities include trauma, personality disorders, emotional regulation and family dynamics.  Elizabeth has specialized post-graduate training and certifications in group psychotherapy and psychodynamic psychotherapy, which explores how ways in which we can deceive ourselves without our being aware of it can show up in self-defeating patterns in our life.  

Elizabeth is currently pursuing advanced training in Psychoanalysis. She enjoys mentoring new clinicians; she is a clinical supervisor and serves as adjunct faculty at the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Houston. She is fascinated by the mind/body connection and has been a certified yoga instructor for 10 years. After obtaining specialized training in trauma-sensitive yoga at the Trauma Center in Massachusetts, she founded THRIVE trauma-informed Yoga program and has partnered with and consulted with agencies and organizations and has trained clinicians and yoga teachers throughout the country. Her endeavor is to facilitate a connected relationship between people, systems, and within the body/mind.

 

 
 
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Contact Information

535 W. 20th St., Ste. 215
Houston, TX 77008
United States

PHONE: (713) 257-96-19

EMAIL: haberertherapy@gmail.com

 
 

 

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