Liz Gregg, LICSW excels in connecting with clients as they initially seek support. She has a warm, straightforward approach and clients describe Liz as approachable, and a creative problem solver. Liz sees the capacity for all clients to move toward a healthier future, and welcomes clients into their journey by providing a skillful and thoughtful assessment and referral to the appropriate source of help.
Since 1994, as a licensed clinical social worker, Liz has honed her strong community and social services professional skills in areas such as Program Planning and Evaluation, Strategic Planning, Clinical Supervision, Referral, and Assessment. She graduated from The Smith School for Social Work in 1994, and has participated in many trainings, post graduate opportunities and continuing education, too numerous to list.
Currently, Liz stays active in the mental health community by serving as Board President for the Washington Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, founding member of a more-than-decade-long social work case study group, and an Advisory Committee member to the LGBTQ Advisory Committee to the Director of the Department of Aging and Community Living in Washington, DC. Most recently, Liz has completed the coursework for an End of Life Social Work certificate as well as certification as an End of Life Doula (aka Death Doula).
Liz lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC with her family including her spouse, three wonderful young men, and a crazy cat named Hobbes.