Elizabeth Bradshaw-Livingston, PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Adults in individual, couples and group psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, anxiety and other mood disorders, intersecting identities, biracial/multiracial identity development and integration, interracial relationships, intercultural communication in families, adult adoptees with focus on late discovery adoptee issues, trauma, infertility and pregnancy loss.
Dr. Bradshaw-Livingston graduated with a PhD in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University and completed her American Psychological Association (APA) accredited doctoral internship at the University of Iowa. She is currently licensed as a psychologist in the state of Georgia. She has 20 years of experience in providing mental health services to a wide range of diverse individuals in a variety of settings which includes inpatient psychiatric, community mental health, private practice and university counseling centers.
Dr. Bradshaw-Livingston strives to foster an open, inclusive and compassionate therapeutic environment. Her hope is that through collaboration, clients will discover what they value in their lives and feel empowered to make decisions that bring them closer to what is most important to them. Helping people move towards living full and meaningful lives all while riding the waves of life’s inevitable ups and downs is the foundation of Dr. Bradshaw-Livingston’s psychotherapy approach.