17 Barclay Street, Bldg. A & 4 Terry Drive, Suite 1
Newtown PA 18940
267-755-9333 [phone] | 215-550-6966 [fax]

Picture of Liz Dooley, M.Ed.
Liz Dooley, M.Ed.

Location: 4 Terry Drive

Liz is a master’s level therapist who earned her M.Ed. in counseling from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA. She completed her Graduate Internship in community mental health at Lenape Valley Foundation in Doylestown, PA.

Whether working with kids, teens, or adults, Liz holds the same underlying belief: there is no such thing as a “bad” thought or feeling — only a part of oneself that requires more curiosity, attention, and care. Her work draws heavily from Internal Family Systems (IFS), Attachment Theory, Feminist Psychology, mindfulness, and self-compassion practices.

Liz takes a playful approach to working with children that taps into the natural creativity of childhood. In addition to the approaches above, her work with kids and teens is influenced by the work of Dr. Becky Kennedy, which recognizes the innate goodness of kids and caregivers. She helps children recognize and communicate strong emotions and helps their  grown-ups cultivate warm, loving relationships while also establishing
the boundaries that kids need to feel safe.

Liz also enjoys working with couples and has completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. She celebrates all identities and relationships and enjoys helping partners uncover patterns, learn new communications skills, navigate rupture and repair, and rekindle feelings of fondness, admiration, and fun.

As a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) and Certified Heath Coach, Liz has a deep respect for the mind-body connection while also recognizing the larger societal systems that cause people to feel shame about their bodies and offer false notions of “self-care.” She seeks to help clients of all ages identify their unique needs and explore the practices that make them feel most fulfilled, lively, and loved.

Liz practices under the supervision of Kathryn Shipley, PhD and Stacy Hunt, PhD.


Liz’s fee is $140 per session.