Liz Morrison, LCSW, NYC Therapist, Counselor, Psychotherapist

Liz Morrison, LCSW- Owner

Throughout her life, Liz has always had an interest and passion for helping others. During her time at Muhlenberg College, it became clear that obtaining a degree in Psychology would help her begin her journey. After college, she went on to receive a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University. This is where she developed a desire to focus on children, family, and the school system. After spending some time working in the schools and clinics, she obtained a Certificate in Children and Family Therapy from New York University. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in mental health facilities, school based settings, and private practice settings.

Since opening Liz Morrison Therapy, she has worked extensively with children, adolescents, teenagers, parents, families, and young adults. Over the years, she has been featured in various news publications such as Huffington Post, ABC Nightline, Elle Magazine, Psych Central, and Psychology Today. You can learn more about her media contributions on the In the Media Page.

Liz’s Approach:

 As your therapist, she will tailor her approach to meet your needs. Every person has unique struggles and challenges. Her approach is one that is flexible and integrative and is based on specific client needs, symptoms, and goals. She will use the training she received in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Parent-Child relational issues, and Expressive Arts Therapy to help clients achieve their goals. Whatever your situation, she is here to support the growth and change you are looking for and will work collaboratively with you to identify the best possible therapy plan.

Areas of Focus:

  • Anxiety
  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • School life
  • Emotional regulation
  • Executive functioning
  • Work life
  • Family life
  • Relationships and friendships
  • Stress reduction
  • Parenting challenges
  • Behavioral Concerns


 Mia Rosenberg, LMSW- Psychotherapist

Mia’s desire to help others first began in high school when she and a friend created a community service project in which they collected stuffed animals to donate to children in hospitals. After developing the project, Mia knew that her passion was in helping children and families, so she continued to follow her dreams with an undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development from Florida State University. She continued to pursue her goals by graduating with a Masters degree in Social Work from New York University, with an emphasis on clinical work. Mia has experience working with children, adolescents, young adults, and adults in private settings, school based settings, and in outpatient mental health clinics.

Mia’s Approach:

Mia has dedicated her practice to helping children, adolescents, families, and young adults who may be facing obstacles in their personal, social, or professional lives. Mia will help you reach your goals by providing you with the skills and the best quality of service that you or your child may need. With her experience working with children, adolescents, and their families, Mia will help you find results through her unique approach to psychotherapy. Mia’s added humorous and playful touch allows for a compassionate and relatable approach to the therapeutic alliance she creates with her clients. Her approach is to look at each individual as unique and different while using a solution-focused lens. She creates individualized treatment plans based on each client’s unique presenting problem and individual needs. Mia believes in a strengths based approach, which allows collaborative problem solving and building trust and honesty with the client, while also emphasizing possibilities. With her training in acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, behavior modification, cognitive behavioral therapy, and play therapy, Mia will be here to support the change you are looking for.


Areas of Focus:

  • Executive functioning
  • Activities of daily living
  • Impulse control
  • School life
  • Home life
  • Social Skills
  • Behavioral Concerns
  • Parenting
  • Relationships and Friendships