Elizabeth Donahue Marucheau, LCSWLCSW
Elizabeth Donahue Marucheau 619-446-7660 619-839-3956
2333 Camino del Rio South, Suite 160
CA 92108Methods of Payment Accepted:
Credit cards & flex spending cards $5 discount per session for those paying with cash, check, PayPal and ZELLEInsurance:
Medicare Tricare Superbill provided for PPO's so clients can receive partial reimbursement from thier insurance company.Languages Spoken:
Couples Therapy: Trained in Gottman Model, Ellyn Bader's Developmental Model, Pychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy (PACT model) Individual Therapy: Post Postpartum Depression, Mood Disorders, Anxiety, ADHD, parenting, life transition such as new mom Interests: Interpersonal Neuro-biology, currently in monthly study group that reviews recent research on how to apply neuroscience in a clinical setting.Bio:
Liz has operated her own private practice since 1991, providing direct psychotherapy services for couples as well as infants & their caregiver(s), children, adolescents, and adults, with a focus on attachment theory and regulation. All of her work is grounded in Neuroscience principles, Steven Porges' Polyvagal Theory, Attachment Theory and various Developmental Theory's. Liz uses top down and bottom up approaches to facilitate all seven levels of brain integration. She specializes in working with couples and adults who may experience anxiety, depression, ADHD; her approach works to eliminate symptoms that can interfere with living a life that is worth celebrating. Liz incorporates the latest research into her therapeutic approaches while developing an individualized plan for each client. She also draws from her daily practice of meditation and mindfulness. Currently, Liz has over 10 years experience teaching graduate students at San Diego State University. Current courses include human development, couples therapy from an interpersonal biological approach, social work practice, assessment and diagnosis. She developed couples therapy course based in neuroscience which was launched in Spring of 2018. She brings the latest research on neuroscience into all of her classes. Liz is inspired by her students and finds delight in teaching the next generation of therapist.