Elizabeth Fulton - LPC
- Offers sessions in-person and online
Elizabeth is accepting new clients at this time.
As a therapist, Elizabeth’s greatest joys are supporting her clients through their hardest moments and seeing those clients make internal connections that are transformative.
Elizabeth Fulton is a Licensed Professional Counselor and the founder of Shadows to Strength Counseling. Elizabeth specializes in treating trauma and is EMDR trained. She also specializes in anxiety, life adjustments, cultural challenges, self-esteem, and addressing unwanted patterns of behavior or thinking. Elizabeth approaches therapy from a holistic perspective, examining the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual factors that are influencing her clients’ wellbeing.
Elizabeth completed her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling at Wake Forest University and her Bachelor of Arts in international relations at Boston University. She thought she wanted to work in government and do something overseas. After moving to South Africa for a number of years, Elizabeth stumbled upon therapy as a client. She went through a time in her own life where she felt lost, anxious, and depressed and wasn’t sure how to navigate that. Elizabeth found a wonderful therapist, and as they say, the rest is history. She found hope, healing, inspiration, and empowerment; and little did she know at the time, her perfect career-match.
Many of Elizabeth’s clients come in to address the effects of trauma or anxiety; to navigate life changes or cultural adjustments; to receive career counseling; to process and navigate spiritual questioning or confusion; or to improve self-esteem. Additionally, Elizabeth is trained in working with issues of grief and loss, depression, communication skills, and relationship challenges.
As a therapist, Elizabeth’s greatest joys are supporting her clients through their hardest moments and seeing those clients make internal connections that are transformative. After working with Elizabeth, clients will walk away feeling supported, heard, and encouraged, as well as having received practical skills and tools to use in their everyday lives.