Liza Mazo is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and trauma specialist with an office in Boston, Massachusetts. She gently guides trauma survivors through the healing process at a pace set by each client; her practice prioritizes stability of symptoms while also explores how the trauma impacts the client’s life, relationships, and career. Sensitive to the needs and goals of her clients, she helps them develop sustainable coping skills to move forward and find a renewed sense of peace and connection to their lives and communities.
Liza’s approach to treatment starts with stabilization of symptoms. She offers a variety of methods including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Supportive Therapy, and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy to help clients navigate the healing process.
In addition to her expertise in trauma, Liza has a special interest in supporting women through pregnancy and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders as well as in working with LGBTQ individuals. She cares deeply about building a safe, nonjudgmental, culturally affirmative space for clients to unpack all parts of themselves and find solace from painful memories.