Elizabeth Milano, LCSW

Elizabeth Milano, LCSW

Professional Background

Elizabeth Milano, LCSW received her clinical education at New York University where she studied Clinical Psychotherapy and attained a Masters Degree in Social Work with a concentration in co-occurring substance abuse and mental health. Elizabeth’s educational background also includes focus on the areas of social dynamics, racial and cultural identity, physical health conditions and trauma.

Elizabeth has taught Clinical Psychology and other courses as a Professor at the College of New Rochelle (now Mercy College). Elizabeth has also taught therapeutic techniques and interventions to other treatment providers in the field of mental health. She reviews the latest research regarding best practices in psychotherapy to ensure the most effective possible therapeutic experience for patients.

Therapeutic Approach

“The many years of experience I have providing psychotherapy have taught me that each person and their situation is unique. There is no “one size fits all” approach to happiness and mental health. I will tailor our conversations, and your treatment, to meet your unique and specific needs. We will focus on what you want to, in order to get you feeling better as quickly and sustainably as possible.”

Elizabeth Milano, LCSW

Elizabeth loves helping people and truly cares about the people she treats in therapy sessions.  You will feel the warmth and compassion in her approach. She believes in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. She doesn’t focus on negative labeling or solely on diagnosis. Instead, she focuses on helping people process issues and assists them in healing and implementing solutions.

Elizabeth’s approach is holistic and combines cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical-behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing techniques. Elizabeth is educated regarding the mind-body connection and encourages practices to regulate the nervous system which soothe anxiety and stabilize moods. She also discusses the impact of specific diets and exercise which can be supportive to mental wellness.

Concerns Elizabeth Treats

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • trauma
  • abuse
  • stress
  • addiction
  • personality disorders
  • mood disorders
  • identity issues
  • life changes
  • overwhelming emotions

Taking the first step and making an appointment is often the hardest, but your future self will inevitably thank you if you start engaging in therapy today. Investing in your well-being through therapy can lead to a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life.

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