Liz Doyle, CCMHC, NCC, LCPC

Liz Doyle is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with over 28 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults. She enjoys working with all ages but her specialty focus has been with children, adolescents and families; she has worked with children and adolescents in many different settings including hospitals, residential, intensive in-home and community-based programs. She utilizes a strengths-based, family-focused and wellness oriented approach with children and adolescents. Her experience and training includes developing and implementing several evidence-based practices (i.e. practices based on research) which includes The Incredible Years Training Series for Parents and Teachers, the Transition to Independence Process for youth and young adults, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for individuals with a trauma background and suffering from anxiety, depression, and/or anger issues. The goal of her approach is to meet individuals where they are in their developmental process, to help them to identify their strengths and interests and to use those assets (i.e. strengths and interests) to continue the path of growth and development toward wellness, better relationships, and a happier life.She received her Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL. She is a member of the IL Counseling Association, the IL Mental Health Counselors Association, and the National Board of Certified Counselors and has been licensed in three states.

Liz works at the Barrington office.

To contact Liz Doyle, please call 847-382-HOPE (4673) X 323; or email: ldoyle@sccnw.org

“Liz Doyle is so wonderful. My son has seen her for years. Not only does she come up with new ways to provide support, but she also is able to offer him perspective because of the length of time she has been seeing him. It helps so much!”

“Liz Doyle is extremely compassionate individual that listens well and brings simply yet thought provoking ideas to the sessions. She helped my daughter and I get through a very rough time and we will be forever grateful.”