Liz Landry (she/her)
About My Clients
My clients are often struggling with feelings of inadequacy, guilt, or stress due to past experiences of t/Trauma through religious institutions or otherwise. Some clients are in the process of navigating their LGBTQ+ identity and struggling to feel secure in their sense of self. These feelings can result in experiences of anxiety or depression that can make creating a fulfilling life challenging. The good news is, you’ve taken the first step to getting support and creating a fulfilling life!
My Background and Approach
I am trained in various therapy modalities including Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and CETA. However, my primary approach to therapy is through a psychodynamic lens. This means that the healthy, safe, open therapeutic relationship we establish becomes a space for healing t/Traumas and exploring your identity. Humans are relational beings, but, for many of us, those relationships have also come with guilt, judgment, or shame. Through the relationship formed in therapy, we can work together to rewrite this narrative of experience for you; together, we will build the skills to give you a strong sense of self-worth, positive interpersonal boundaries, and the confidence to live a joyful life as your authentic self. Some of the skills that we will work on are components of narrative therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and attachment-based therapy. We are each a tapestry of lived experiences, and I believe that the skills you gain in therapy should be as unique as you are. Therefore, we will work together to build a set of skills that amplifies your strengths and centers your personal goals.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
I believe everyone is deserving of a fulfilling life through mental and emotional freedom. As part of the LGBTQ+ community, I am committed to creating a space that is safe and affirming to help you dismantle the beliefs that have caused you shame, anxiety, guilt, or distress. You deserve to feel empowered and proud of your authentic self. I grew up in the “bible belt” of the South, and I have multiple family members still active in the LDS church; I know firsthand how damaging and stifling oppressive systems can be. Therefore, I am also committed to dismantling white supremacy, misogyny, misogynoir, and hetero-normative culture, both in my therapeutic work and my personal activism.
$110 per individual session, $145 per couples session. Payable via credit, debit, FSA, or HSA account.
Insurance: I am currently an in-network provider with Premera and Lifewise and am considered out-of-network for most other major insurance plans. If I am out-of-network with your insurer, I can provide a superbill which you can submit for reimbursement.