Elizabeth Ross LMFT LPC
Elizabeth is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with certification for licensure supervision and is an Advanced Level
Splankna Practitioner. She counsels children, teens and adults through individual, group, family and intensive therapy and
specialiazes in Splankna therapy (spirit, mind, body), grief & trauma recovery(including childhood) and co-dependency.
Elizabeth's personal journey lends itself to deep understanding, compassion and love for those who are suffering
emotionally and spiritually. Her desire and heart is to meet people where they are and journey with them through recovery.
She considers it humbling and an honor to be in that process with people.
Splankna therapy as designed by the Splankna Research Institute offers a Christian protocol for Mind-Body work developed
from an integration of Neuro-Emotional Technique, Thought Field Therapy (Eye-Movement Desensitization and
Reprocessing), and spiritual warfare. It provides a straight forward, mechanistic treatment protocol for alleviating a wide
range of psychological and physical symptoms through both a healing protocol and creative protocol. It attempts to address
symptoms comprehensively, attending to the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of the problem and its solution.
Elizabeth also offers formational prayer. “Transformational prayer is defined as a ministry of the Holy Spirit, moving through
a Christian caregiver, bringing the Healing Presence of Jesus Christ into the place of pain and brokenness within a wounded
person," by Terry Wardle.
If planning to use insurance I have a separate form you need to fill out at the office on your first visit and you will need to arrive 15 minutes early to
complete that form. I am a provider for Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield listed as Elizabeth Ross. For all other insurances you will need to see if you have
out of network benefits. If your insurance requires pre-authorization to cover the cost of therapy it is your responsibility to obtain it. It is your responsibility
to know what your benefits include, if you have a deductible to meet and if so how much that is. Also it is your responsibility to know what your co-pay is.