Liza Young is a Licensed Professional Counselor who holds a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. Since 2005 she has integrated various therapies specific to her client’s needs; some of which are mindfulness, trauma focused, family therapy, and emotional regulation. She desires to see each client find their unshakable peace and healing for any circumstance.
Liza has worked in a variety of clinical settings, a psychiatric clinic facility in the Jackson area, Jackson Public school setting, and domestic violence shelter, among others. She is currently serving on the Board of Directors with The Center for Violence Prevention and serves alongside her husband through his nonprofit, reaching at-risk student athletes.
Liza received advanced training in The Multidimensional Partner Trauma model through The Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists. This model utilizes a trauma perspective in treating the impact of affairs, sex addiction, and betrayal. Liza is in the consultation portion of the certification process and once completed, she will be a CCPS.
Her experience and education have prepared her to work with a number of issues, including:
Liza enjoys going to football games with her husband of 13 years and laughing at the non-stop hilarities of her 9 year old son and 6 year old daughter. She was born in Mississippi but spent many school-aged years in upstate New York. After graduating high school in New York she moved back to Mississippi to start her journey in coming alongside others through the beauty and pain of life.