Therapist Background

Elizabeth Brady, LPC is a licensed professional counselor with years of experience treating adults, adolescents, children, families and couples.  She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont in Psychology and her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from University of Hartford in Connecticut.  She has experience working with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, grief and loss issues, trauma and PTSD, co-occurring disorders, personality disorders, anger issues and bipolar disorder.   

Beth has provided therapeutic services since 2005 in the community including operating her own pricate practice and working in several community mental health settings.  She has been part of the team at Capital Region Mental Health Center, Community Mental Health Affiliates, and Community Renewal Team.  She is well versed in working with patients in various levels of care and has worked as a therapist in a Partial Hospitalization Program, Intensive Outpatient Program, Outpatient Program, Community Based Program, Outreach, Family Based In-Home Recovery and Private Practice.   In the past, Beth was part of the family based recovery therapy team at CMHA where she provided in home services to adults, adolescents and children dealing with mental health and substance abuse disorders.  At CRT, she worked as a Clinician I, Clinician II and then the Lead Clinician role where she worked with patients dealing with various mental health and substance abuse disorders.  She also earned her Certificate in Supervisory Excellence in the Professionals Program at University of Hartford and is experienced in supervising other clinical staff and interns.  

Beth’s special interests include anxiety disorders, women’s trauma, depression and grief/loss issues. Beth is knowledgeable in dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness techniques for relaxation as well as other psychoeducational treatment approaches.