Elisabeth Bryan is a Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW) at the Boston Child Study Center. She has been intensively trained by Behavioral Tech, LLC in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and DBT Prolonged Exposure (DBT-PE). She specializes in evidence-based treatments for youth and adults with behavioral and mood disorders.
After earning her BS in Social Work at the University of New Hampshire, Elisabeth went on to complete her Masters in Health Care Research at Dartmouth College. Her dissertation focused on evidence based mental healthcare research with the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, culminating in published work in the Journal of Dual Diagnosis. She obtained her Masters of Social Work at the University of Washington. She completed a clinical internship at the Polyclinic in Seattle, W.A. where she worked within the Primary Care office providing individual, short term, problem-focused therapy and creating curricula for drop-in groups open to participants with various mental health disorders. Elisabeth additionally volunteered as a research associate at the Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinic at the University of Washington, where she worked on behavioral coding for the DBT adult skills group, intake assessments for the adult & family groups, and data for the Diary Card Project.