Elizabeth Wagner, MA
Licensed Professional Counselor
enjoys working with individuals and couples facing their own life's realities, changes, and challenges.
believes that the counseling relationship is uniquely safe and accepting, but that it also requires engagement, honesty, and hard work.
She asks her client(s) to be active participants, and to take responsibility as the expert on their own life.
Having worked professionally for over 10 years in the areas of public health education, human development, and student services, Elizabeth
has seen the importance of looking at each person holistically.
considers all areas of health, as well as the primacy of relationship and its impact on life fulfillment.
has experience working with: Sexual Intimacy Issues, Codependency, Female and Male Sex Addiction, Coaddiction, Couples Counseling: Marital and Premarital (including domestic violence), Emotional Awareness, Communication, and Conflict Resolution, Identity Development and Boundaries, Depression and Anxiety, Abuse and Trauma, Eating Disorders and Self-Harming Behaviors, and Body Image and Self Esteem.
Elizabeth has a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Denver Seminary and a Public Health Education degree from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
She is certified in Prepare/Enrich marriage counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado.
loves Colorado, but also loves her
is not working, Elizabeth
likes to read, hike, camp, swim, snowboard, but mostly hang out with her
family and friends.