Elizabeth Boyer is a master’s level clinician in training (LPC track) at Amberton University in Dallas, Texas. She is a trauma informed Certified Life Coach and trained in Mental Health First Aid. Her specialties include emotional empowerment, positive psychology, mindfulness and helping clients to increase self-esteem and work through difficult life transitions. She believes in meeting people where they are with a client-centered holistic approach to wellness. She helps clients empower themselves with supportive tools to promote their emotional wellness in both mind and body. Elizabeth is a registered yoga teacher and Aryveda specialist. She is passionate about somatics, breathwork, meditation and restorative ritual practices. In her free time, she enjoys doing headstands and paddle boarding on the lake.
Holding space means to be with someone without judgement. To donate your ears and heart without wanting anything back. To practice empathy and compassion. To accept someone’s truth, no matter what they are. To allow and accept. Embrace with two hands instead of pointing with one finger. To come in neutral. Open. For them. Not you. Holding space means to put your needs and opinions aside and allow someone to be. Her. Self. - John Kim