Ms. Elizabeth Webster, MA, LPC ATR

Michigan, United States
Ms. Elizabeth Webster, MA, LPC ATR
Practitioner identifies as: ADHD, Autistic, Complex PTSD, Depression, Neurodivergent, PDA
Additional disabilities: Highly Sensitive Person, Sensory Processing Differences
Pronouns: She/her/hers

I’m here to help those who have been called, or might consider themselves a “highly-sensitive” individual. The sensitivity might be a result from experiencing trauma, or due to sensory processing difficulties. Specifically, I support those with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorders, Chronic Illness and family conflict. In therapy, clients are looking for a safe space to process their life experiences. As a late diagnosed and identified neurodivergent therapist, my goal is to empower my client who may experience the world in this beautiful and “different” way.

My clients are children, adults, and parents going through life transitions, family issues and those that are dealing with anxiety or depression. The focus of most of my work is related to autism, trauma, family systems, and self-esteem. I’m here to help families work through their concerns; whether they are related to a new diagnosis or an unexpected life event.

My counseling style has been described as warm, encouraging, empathetic, client-centered and non-judgmental. I believe that the therapeutic process is fostered by building a trusting and empathetic relationship. The techniques I use come from a combination of different therapeutic styles that include: trauma focused cognitive-behavioral therapy (how our past experiences and thoughts, behaviors, and emotions influence our daily lives), dialectical-behavioral therapy (mindfulness/focusing on the present, distress tolerance skills, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness), family systems therapy (all members in a relationship/family contribute to the dynamic of whether the relationship is functioning in a healthy or dysfunctional way) and art therapy (art is a tool in the therapeutic process, not the focus).

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