Elizabeth Thomas, LCSW
Liz is a licensed clinical social worker who has extensive experience providing integrative psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based therapies for individuals suffering from eating disorders, addictive behaviors, and psychological distress. Over the past several years she has taught Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) in both clinical groups and professional trainings. She has a special interest in mindfulness and in translating cognitive and affective neuroscience into treatments for stress-related conditions. Liz completed her undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University in Anthropology, her masters degree in social work at Virginia Commonwealth University, and is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Utah where she has conducted research and written academically on the psychological and physiological effects of both dispositional mindfulness and mindfulness training. At Center for Change she provides individual, group and family therapy to adolescents and adults on an outpatient basis.