Elizabeth Winter, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Winter (she/hers pronouns) is a clinical psychologist with a background in treatment, assessment, and research. She currently specializes in anxiety and neurodevelopmental disorders including (but, not limited to) ADHD, Autism Spectrum, OCD, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, panic disorder and agoraphobia. She excels at solving tricky clinical questions to identify what is causing certain problems or keeping someone from making progress in treatment. Dr. Winter is passionate about non-judgmental approaches and therapeutic alliance and understands that talking to a provider about vulnerable and personal things is anxiety provoking! She understands that marginalized individuals including Women, LGBTQIA, and BIPOC folks are not often given the same consideration as others and strives to provide a safe space for these communities.
Dr. Winter provides individual treatment for teens and adults (13 and older) using evidence-based practices such as mindfulness-based CBT; DBT skills; assertive communication and conflict resolution; anger management; skills training for ADHD; self-regulation and energy management for neurodivergent nervous systems. She also utilizes motivational interviewing and interpersonal approaches as necessary and appropriate.
She earned her undergraduate degree and a Master of Arts in experimental psychology at California State University Northridge. She attended Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC Canada where she earned a PhD in clinical Psychology with a forensic specialization.
- Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Life Transitions
- Performance Anxiety
- Sleeping Problems
- Women’s Issues
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Exposure Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
- Individual (Adult)
- Individual (Adolescents 12-17)