Elizabeth Schutz MA, LPC-Intern
Ashley Moore-Colon LPC-S
Elizabeth believes that we are designed for relationships and community. When these are unhealthy or lacking, it impacts our physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing in negative ways. Relational wounds heal within relationships. As a result, the therapeutic relationship can be a powerful catalyst for personal insight, growth, and healing. Clients will experience a safe space to share and explore their story with authenticity, patience, and understanding. The goal is to collaborate with clients in integrating their insights and growth into their life and relational world.
Whether an individual or couple, it is a privilege to provide a safe space to work through relational issues, trauma, and life transitions. Her counseling interests include family of origin issues, sexual issues, emotional regulation and developing a positive sense of self. Elizabeth is also EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) trained and believes it to be a powerful therapeutic approach in helping clients find healing from traumatic experiences, negative beliefs and patterns of relating.
Originally from California, Elizabeth has called Texas home for the past 10 years. She is an active member of her church. In her free time she enjoys running, ballroom dancing, yoga and spending time together with friends.
MA in Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary
BA in Biblical Studies and Arts and Letters from Life Pacific College
CASE Sex Educator for Dance of the Sexes-Instructor
CASE Sex Educator for Covenant Lovers-Instructor
**Pursuing educational and supervision requirements for Certification in Sex Therapy through the Institute of Sexual Wholeness and the American Board of Christian Sex Therapist
SPEAKING & EDUCATIONAL TOPICS
Sexuality and Culture
Raising Teens in a Sexualized Culture
Teens and Sex-Casting a Vision for Stewardship Creating a Culture of Honor-God’s Design for Sexuality