Lizzie Stevenson is the founder, director, and lead therapist of the Denver Adolescent Therapy Group. With over fifteen years of experience specializing in child and adolescent development, she is an expert in working with family systems. Lizzie’s solution-focused orientation and her capacity to quickly assess symptoms allows a blueprint for success. She provides psychotherapy to adolescents and families as well as parent education and support. Her highly personalized approach is tailored to each client to best support treatment outcome. With her talent for crisis intervention and ability to empathize she can quickly diffuse situations and lead clients towards a place of hope and stability. Lizzie is a licensed MFT in Colorado and California. She is also an adjunct psychology professor at University of Denver and Naropa University, where she teaches human and adolescent development.
Lizzie’s dynamic style of therapy stems from a well rounded and diverse background. She’s counseled at risk youth through mood disorder, conflict resolution and gang related issues. She’s created process groups like “Ninth Grade Resilience and Social Skills” and “Sexual Assault Survivor Group for Teens”. As a Psychology professor, she’s taught, supervised interns, and developed curriculum and student support systems for undergraduate programs. She is trained and certified in Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Prevention, Family Mediation, and Transpersonal Hypnotherapy. Her career has been and will be devoted to providing mental health care to individuals, groups and families.