Elizabeth Latsos, MS, LMSW

Position: Psychotherapist
Areas of Work: *Out of Network*, Adults (25-64), Afflictions, Anxiety Disorders, Behavioral Issues / Problems, Bisexual, Body Image, Body Positivity/Health at every size, Buddhist, Burnout, Career-Related Stress, Child, Childhood Trauma, Children (<13), Christian, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBT), Crisis Intervention, Dating, Depression, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Dreams, Early Childhood Trauma, Emerging Adulthood, Emotional Abuse, Emotional Disturbance, Emotional Overeating, Family Conflicts / Issues, Family Dynamics / Systems, Fear of Failure, Gaslighting, Gay, Grief and Loss, Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Indecision, Individual Therapy, Jewish, Lesbian, Level 2 Clinician, Life Transitions, Low Self Esteem, Nonreligious, Peer Relationships, Perfectionism, Personality Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Procrastination, Romantic Life, Self Esteem, Self-Reflection, Seniors (65+), Social Anxiety, Social Anxiety Disorder, Straight, Strength-Based, Strength-Based Therapy, Stress, Teenagers/Adolescents (13-17), Traumatic Grief, Young Adulthood, Young Adults (18-24)
Location: Tele-Health/Virtual

Elizabeth is a licensed psychotherapist working with adolescents and young adults providing both short and long-term therapy. Her goal is to help clients heal, grow, and aim to be the best versions of themselves. She believes that no one has the same story, therefore she meets clients where they are by cultivating a supportive, empathic, and non-judgmental space to listen and then determine what unique steps need to be taken in therapy. Elizabeth prefers to use a strengths-based and humanistic approach in her work and incorporates CBT and DBT techniques as needed.

Her background is in working with children and young adults who have struggled with a variety of difficulties. She offers knowledge and coping skills in anxiety, depression, grief, stress, life transitions, interpersonal relationships, self-esteem, school difficulties, insomnia, attachment, behavioral issues, domestic violence, and more. She earned her master’s degree in social work at NYU and her undergraduate degree at Manhattan College.

Elizabeth values connection, kindness, love, and strength. She believes that everyone has the ability to become the best versions of themselves and that there is always room for growth. Outside of her practice, she enjoys spending time outdoors, pilates, meditation, reading, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.