Elizabeth Malcolm, MEd, LPC, received her undergraduate degree in Education, Major in Administration, from The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine. Her graduate degree, MEd in Counseling, was conferred upon her, by The University of Houston and her Diploma in Education, with a Physical Education Major, from Corinth Teacher’s College. She worked as a teacher for over 15 years before making the decision to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a therapist; something she believes she was born to do.
Elizabeth has lived, worked and been exposed to diverse populations of several countries. This cosmopolitan background affords her a much deeper insight into people’s cultural sensitivity, so that she can work effectively with clients of various races, cultures and religions.
In therapy, she has extensive experience working with individuals, groups, couples and adolescents; utilizing a variety of therapeutic techniques, as each client is unique. She has counseled clients who have experienced a range of issues, the following being most common:
Anger/Behavioral Issues, Anxiety, Acculturation Challenges, Bipolar and other Mood Disorders, Impulsivity, Codependency, Depression, Marriage/Relationship Distress, Dual Diagnosis, Grief, Family Conflict, Loneliness, LGBTQ Issues, Parenting Challenges, Self Esteem Issues, Spirituality, Substance Abuse, Trauma and PTSD, Work/Academic Related Stress.
As a result of her continuous, ongoing search for self-improvement, she is a voracious reader, exploring literature on topics such as the power of our mind, words, positive thinking, faith, spirituality and mindfulness. In therapy, when appropriate, she incorporates elements of this research as she walks alongside her clients, on their journey towards holistic personal growth, so that they can enjoy more authentic, fulfilling lives.
- Drug & Alcohol Addiction Counseling
- Family & Couples Therapy
- Men's Issues
- Love Addiction
- Academic & Work Stress
- Recent Immigration Acculturation
- Bipolar & Mood Disorders
- Trauma Informed & PTSD
- Mandated Client Trained
Oscar Wilde said, “To LIVE, is the rarest thing in the world. Most people EXIST, that is all.”
Allow me to help you on your journey, as you make the choice to LIVE FULLY, LIVE MINDFULLY and NOT simply EXIST.