Elizabeth Scott earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA. She went on to achieve her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Elizabeth has experience working in outpatient community mental health clinics and private practice settings, where she has received unmatched supervision and gained training in applying CBT, ACT, Psychodynamic and Mindfulness-based approaches. With over 6 years of clinical experience, Elizabeth has treated a wide array of clientele, including adolescents, adults, and couples with a range of concerns including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, job dissatisfaction, life transitions, familial problems, and bereavement. She has also spent time working with victims of crime, specifically commercially sexually exploited minors.
In addition to her clinical work, Elizabeth has spent the last ten years managing the operations for a local advertising company. This experience has provided her with an understanding of the “business world” and the ability to assist clients struggling with job stressors, interpersonal communication difficulties, career transitions, and finding purpose in one’s life.
Elizabeth is passionate about expanding her knowledge and challenging herself to continue learning various techniques, all while providing ethical and culturally-appropriate psychotherapy services to help her clients experience the relief they are seeking. As a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT100658), she is currently completing her hours for licensure under the supervision of Dr. Stephanie Davidson (PSY24540). Elizabeth provides individual, couples, and family therapy services via telehealth and at the Westlake Village Counseling Center located in Westlake Village, CA.