Elizabeth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a behavioral therapist at Brightline.
Elizabeth lives in Mount Vernon, New York, and enjoys any and all outdoor activities, cooking, and listening to podcasts (especially about true crime.)
Elizabeth has spent the past ten years in the field of medical social work. She has extensive experience helping patients and caregivers navigate the complexities of healthcare, government, and education systems.
As a social worker for the Neurological Institute at Columbia University Medical Center, Elizabeth worked with adult and pediatric patients diagnosed with chronic and terminal neurological disorders in an outpatient/clinic setting. Elizabeth also worked as care manager at Blythedale Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, New York, where she provided comprehensive community-based case management for medically fragile children and their caretakers.
Elizabeth has a Master of Social Work degree from Yeshiva University.
The Fun Stuff
Random thing about you? I have an unnecessary amount of knowledge of English history.
Perfect Saturday? Spending the day outside with my family and two dogs.
Funny family memory? My whole extended family stayed in a rental in Nantucket over the summer. While I was giving my girls a bath, I went to shut off the water and the handle broke off in my hand. What ensued was like a scene out of “The Three Stooges.” Water shot out of the wall and flooded the bathroom. We were all desperately trying to find buckets and towels to stop the water. It was quite an evening!