Articles by Elizabeth McCorvey, LCSW
Elizabeth McCorvey, LCSW, is a psychotherapist living in Asheville, NC. She obtained her Bachelors in Social Work from the University of Kentucky and her Masters in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. She obtained her LCSW in 2017. Elizabeth owns a private practice called Unbridled Connections, LLC, where she works with adults using equine-assisted psychotherapy (therapy using horses!), and also has an office where she sees clients (far fewer horses). She specializes in working with teenagers and adults who are minority-identified in some way, and works with people who are experiencing racial trauma. Elizabeth also co-facilitates a training for therapists called "Are You Doing It Wrong?" to help therapists become better clinicians when working with their clients who are People of Color. In her spare time, Elizabeth plays the violin in a folk duo, drinks craft beer and watches a lot of Netflix.
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Sexual minority individuals frequently experience mental and physical health challenges due to discrimination, hostility and violence. Here’s what you should know about your bisexual clients: http://ow.ly/qlDL50D8XFk
The lack of consistent attention to cultural issues can create and maintain impasses that affect your clients’ progress. Macy Wilson, Psy.D. explains how to approach these conversations in your practice: http://ow.ly/OoAJ50D8Xrb
Daniel Wendler, Psy.D., has some tips on how to infuse some extra income into your professional practice: http://ow.ly/PRdO50D8XdC
Jon Weingarden, Psy.D., explains the common trap for therapists of mistaking uncertainty for incompetence and provides tips for how to learn from our failures: http://ow.ly/kRvH50D4zDU