Elizabeth Caldera, MA
Elizabeth Caldera is a clinician who is supervised by Dr. John Glovan. Elizabeth has training and experience working with issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar disorder, adjustment difficulties, poor self-esteem, panic attacks, and stress management. Elizabeth pulls from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance Commitment Therapy to teach clients how to regulate emotional responses and bodily sensations that arise from mental health struggles. Elizabeth is committed to building a positive and supportive relationship with her clients and creating ongoing, collaborative treatment plans which help her clients to accomplish their intended goals.
Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Cleveland State University in 2019 before earning her Master of Arts in Psychology (Clinical Psychology Specialization) from Cleveland State University in 2021. She completed her practicum at a local practice, co-facilitating a Dual Diagnosis Intensive Outpatient Program.
Elizabeth is currently accepting clients who are 18 years of age and older.
Director, Health & Wellness IOP
8224 Mentor Ave., Suite 208
Mentor, OH 44060
Testimonial Disclosure Statement: Testimonials herein are unsolicited, anonymous and are received after care has been received in an attempt to assure healthy therapy relationships and confidentiality.
(Elizabeth Caldera, MA) “I just wanted to thank you for our sessions. I have always had a difficult time with being honest in therapy, and I have never felt judgment in any of our sessions and have always felt comfortable with talking about situations that I have been struggling with for so long. It feels nice to see progress within myself each week, and I just thought you should know that. Thank you.”
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