Elizabeth González (she/her), MSW, LMSW, CYT is a bilingual (Spanish-English) licensed Clinical Social Worker.
For the last 17 years, she has been dedicated to working in the fields of social work and education. She has worked at the intersection of these two fields in community mental health, nonprofits and university settings. In 2017, she founded a group private practice called Amplify Colectivo, which is a collective of therapists of color that provides culturally sensitive mental health services, supervision of early career social workers, and consults with state and local organizations to amplify mental health knowledge. González also serves as the Education & Training Program Manager at U-M’s Spectrum Center where she facilitates LGBTQ+ allyhood development trainings and consults with campus partners about inclusive practices.
González has specialized training in eating concerns, gender identity and trauma. She works with clients through a holistic health lens that emphasizes the inseparable connection between our health, mental health and the environment. Her approach to therapy is client-centered and rooted in cultural humility and multicultural counseling.