About Liz Balazsy
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Vancouver, WA
Liz’s Specializations Include
- Couple and Family Therapy
- Depression, Anxiety, Shame, Self-Worth
- Adult ADHD
- Adult autism spectrum condition
- Interpersonal trauma (e.g., emotional abuse, neglect, physical, and sexual abuse experiences)/
- Attachment-based therapy
- Narrative and art therapy techniques
- Ethical non-monogamy
You Deserve to Feel Great. I’m Here to Help.
Liz Balazsy is a Marriage and Family Therapist. She provides individual, couple, and family therapy in the Vancouver area.
She especially enjoys working with couples and families using attachment-based approaches, including Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy, to heal attachment-based wounds and improve overall emotional connection.
Liz received a master’s degree in Marriage, Couple, & Family therapy from Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling in 2016. She worked in community mental health for four years, providing counseling to adult individuals, couples, and families.
She has experience providing counseling, psycho-education, and support for mental health difficulties (e.g., anxiety, depression, PTSD), neurological differences (e.g., ADHD, autism), interpersonal trauma (e.g., emotional, physical, sexual abuse and neglect), grief and loss, blended family dynamics, co-parenting, infidelity/affairs, and couple/family conflict.
Liz’s approach to therapy is integrative, drawing upon multiple theories and techniques, tailoring them to fit her clients’ unique needs and circumstances. Her therapeutic orientation includes narrative, solution-focused, acceptance, attachment, liberation-based healing, art therapy, and family systems-based approaches.
In her free time, Liz enjoys drawing, painting, listening to music and audiobooks, reading, playing video games, hosting tv show marathons, and spending time with her boyfriend, friends, and her two cats.
My Approach & Philosophy
Everyone has strengths and the ability to grow both personally and relationally. Counseling can help us recognize and build upon strengths, give voice to our experiences, and develop new perspectives and patterns of relating to ourselves and others.
I provide a safe, accepting space for individuals, couples, and families to identify and process emotional experiences. I work with clients to develop insight into personal and relational patterns and express underlying needs to facilitate emotional connection and improve overall communication. I particularly enjoy working with couples and families because I can consider multiple perspectives and witness and address interactions directly in the session.
My approach to therapy is non-judgmental, strength-based, and trauma-informed. As a family/systems-based therapist, I believe it is crucial to consider our experiences within their broader contexts (e.g., family of origin, culture, society). I use client-centered interventions, adjusting my approach to what best suits clients and their values.
Get In Touch
5115 NE 94th Ave, Suite D, Vancouver, WA 98662
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm
Therapist Hours: By Appointment