Co-Founder and Psychotherapist
Elizabeth Miller is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University with a focus on Substance Abuse Studies. Elizabeth then went on to pursue a Master in Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education from the University of Colorado Denver with a focus on Marriage & Family Therapy.
Elizabeth has worked in Aspen and the surrounding areas for a remarkable 29 years, holding positions such as Executive Director, Program Consultant, Program Coordinator, group and individual therapist, and Certified Pillar Guide at local agencies and non-profits such as Aspen Substance Awareness Project (ASAP), The Buddy Program, Extreme Sports Camp for Autism and Reimagine. Elizabeth has been a public speaker and trainer in the fields of mental illness, compassion fatigue, communication skills, substance abuse and suicide prevention, intervention and treatment and eating disorders. She has served on the board of the Aspen Youth Center and is currently serving on the Community Mental Health Planning Committee for Pitkin County.
Elizabeth’s most recent work at a local community mental health agency in Aspen included working as a Crisis Interventionist, and developing and implementing the Home-Based and Community-Based therapeutic program while working closely with other local community partners. Elizabeth is experienced in treating children, adolescents, adults, and families with mood disorders, anxiety, substance abuse, complicated grief, eating disorders, relationship issues and parent support and education. Elizabeth has been a counselor for Pathfinders a psychosocial support program since 2009 providing individual and group therapy to cancer and chronically ill patients, caregivers, and grief and loss groups to both teens and adults.