Elizabeth Souffront, PhD received her doctorate in counseling psychology from Temple University in 1986. She came to MBC in 2007 after doing psychotherapy in a wide variety of settings.
She mainly works with individuals, couples and families using eclectic methods. She has extensive experience in helping clients with addictions, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, women issues, relationships and adjustment problems. She particularly enjoys helping clients deal with life transitions. She has experience treating individuals who have experienced trauma and PTSD. She is also trained in cognitive behavioral strategies and dialectical behavioral skills. Her style tends to be interactive focusing on client’s strengths. Additionally, She teaches and trains therapists in a university setting.
Dr. Souffront is bilingual and bicultural. She provides all services in English or Spanish depending on client’s preference. She also conducts Immigration Evaluations in both languages.
When not at MBC, she enjoys reading, the beach and trying out new restaurants with family and friends.