Elizabeth Smith MMFT Intern
Couples and Women, Transitions and Chronic Illness
500 Wilson Pike Circle, Suite 223 Brentwood TN 37027
Currently in the Masters of Marriage & Family Therapy Program at Colorado Christian University and is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the American Association for Christian Counselors, Completed EFT Externship, Completed Allender Center Story Workshop, Prepare and Enrich facilitatior
$85 per session, sliding scale available
Wednesday evenings, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
It’s the people we love the most who can make us feel the gladdest… and the maddest! Love and anger are such puzzles.”
– Mr. Rogers
“When we taste the goodness of God in the land of the living it can be disruptive.”
Through depression, betrayal, and other dark places in my story, I thought I had nowhere to turn. The counseling process helped to point me back to a new perspective of my history which imparted a deeper understanding of myself. This process then assisted in restoring some of my closest relationships.
My hope is to be a conduit in others’ lives to bring understanding, healing, and hope to marriages, families, and individuals so that we can function well as communities.
In my work over the years with children and their families, owning a business, and having children of my own, I’ve developed a passion for people and how we relate to one another.
This work paired with the struggles and experiences in my own story, has created a desire to come alongside others who are searching for healing, growth, and understanding in their own life. It is an honor to begin this process with you.
Elizabeth is under the supervision of Lindsey Castleman, LMFT #1268
Now taking new clients
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays