Elisabeth Nolan

MACC, Counselor Intern

"I am both grateful and honored to have the opportunity to use my life to help others."
Elisabeth Nolan

Location

Wausau
631 Forest Street
Wausau, WI  54403
(715) 842-0944

 

 

Education

MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Liberty University (Anticipated 12/2020)
MA Christian Counseling, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC
Bachelor of Business Administration – Management, Hofstra University

Residency and/or Internship:
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Internship – Center for Human Development, Wausau WI
Christian Counseling Internship – Changed Choices, Charlotte NC

Credentials 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy – Trained Clinician
EMDR Flash Technique
Prepare/Enrich for Couples & Premarital  Counseling – Certified Facilitator
SYMBIS (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts) – Certified Facilitator
ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) – Certified

Special Interests

I enjoy working with all ages!
Depression/Anxiety
Trauma/EMDR Therapy Trained Clinician/EMDR Flash Technique
Career/Work Related Issues
ADHD
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Suicide Ideation
Spirituality
Prepare/Enrich Facilitator
SYMBIS Facilitator (Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts)

Provider Bio

I am humbled with gratitude for the opportunity to journey with people (young, old, and everyone in-between) during their time of need. Connection, collaboration, and relationship are the foundation of my counseling efforts. I am passionate about mental health care and its possibilities for healing and growth for all. With empathy for the hard, and affirmation for the good, I seek to breathe dignity and hope into every person I am privileged to work with.

My husband and I are married 27 years and we have three young adult sons. I love spending time outdoors, in all seasons, with my husband and our puppy. We enjoy kayaking and hiking with friends. I enjoy gardening and creating beauty in my yard. We are recent transplants to central Wisconsin, and we are happy to be here!

My journey to become a counselor began when I was a homeschooling mom to our three teen sons, and life provided more challenges than we could figure out on our own. We needed help. That was how I was introduced to the field of mental health care. I am passionate about providing for others what I have received myself. There is help. There is hope. You are not alone.