Elizabeth Wray, MS, LMFT
Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and her Master of Science degree in counseling with an emphasis on marriage and family counseling from California State University, Northridge, Summa Cum Laude. During her graduate studies, Elizabeth provided psychotherapy to low-income families, children, adolescents and adults at the Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic. Upon graduating she began working in the treatment setting, focusing primarily on eating disorders, often with the co-morbidity of depression, anxiety, chemical dependency or trauma. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist, as well as a fully trained EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) and flash technique therapist, which she brings into her therapy practice.
She is a clinical supervisor. She specializes in eating disorders and has been working in the treatment modality for over seven years. Prior to joining the Center for Discovery team, she was a program director of residential and outpatient treatment programs, treating teens and adults.
Elizabeth has a Rogerian, humanistic background, and is very attentive on providing patient care that is warm and engaging. She encourages collaboration with the patient in the treatment planning process and goals. She is compassionate, warm, understanding and empathetic.