Liz George
Liz George, a woman with curly hair, smiling in front of bushes.

Elizabeth George, Ph.D.

5353 Manhattan Circle, Ste 203
United States
Offers online therapy
Accepting new clients
DARe Certificate
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Anxiety / Stress
Bipolar Disorder
Relationship Issues

Liz George

Ph.D., SEP

Liz George, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Boulder, Colorado. She  received her B.A. in English and Psychology with honors from the University of NC at Chapel Hill. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from University of CO at Boulder. She was a research associate at the University of CO Boulder until 2012 conducting treatment outcome research for individuals with bipolar disorder. She is co-author of The Bipolar Teen and multiple research articles on the psychosocial treatment of bipolar disorder. 

In 2005 she began her journey in somatic therapy. She is a certified Brainspotting therapist, a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, a Somatic Resilience and Regulation for early trauma touch therapist, and a DARe (Dynamic Attachment Repatterning Experience) practitioner.

Dr. George is committed to social and climate justice. She inhabits a white body and has been involved in many social justice trainings for white bodies and has received an embodied social justice certificate. She is currently leading a Somatic Experiencing informed healing racialized trauma for white bodies group.

Finally, Dr. George has an active ecodharma Zen practice combining spiritual practice, grief and trauma healing, and activism.  She is inspired by the teachings of Joanna Macy and is involved in an embodied book group that includes participants from 4 continents who come together to practice the healing exercises in the Work that Reconnects.

I am currently only accepting DARe and/or Somatic Experiencing students.I am happy to meet in person or virtually.I have a PSYPACT license so am licensed in over 30 states.Anyone interested in working with me can email me at
DARe Levels Completed
Level 1: Fundamentals of Attachment Styles
Level 2: Attachment Strategies for Adult Relationships
Level 3: Neurobiology of Secure Attachment
Level 4: Clinical Strategies to Address Complex Trauma
License: Licensed Clinical Psychologist, PSYPACT / Colorado / 2364
School: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Year Graduated: 1989
School: University of Colorado, Boulder
Year Graduated: 1997
Additional Credentials & Certificates
Certified SE Practitioner
Brainspotting Therapist
Somatic Resilience and Regulation Touch Practitioner
Embodied Social Justice Certificate