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Online Therapy Practice, NYC


Liz Morrison, LCSW - Psychotherapist and Owner

Liz Morrison, LCSW, Online Therapist

As your new virtual therapist, Liz has always had an interest and passion for helping others. During her time at Muhlenberg College, it became clear that obtaining a degree in Psychology would help her begin her journey. After college, she went on to receive a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University. This is where she developed a desire to focus on children, family, and the school system. After spending some time working in the schools and clinics, she obtained a Certificate in Children and Family Therapy from New York University. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in mental health facilities, school-based settings, and private practice settings.​

Since opening Liz Morrison Therapy, Liz has worked extensively with children, adolescents, teenagers, parents, families, and young adults. Over the years, she has been featured in various news publications such as the Huffington Post, ABC Nightline, Elle Magazine, Psych Central, and Psychology Today. You can learn more about her media contributions on the In the Media Page.

Liz's Approach: 

As your therapist, Liz will tailor her approach to meet your needs. Every person has unique struggles and challenges. Liz’s approach is one that is flexible and integrative and is based on specific client needs, symptoms, and goals. Liz helps clients achieve their goals by using the training she received in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Parent-Child relational issues, and Expressive Arts Therapy. Whatever your situation, she is here to support the growth and change you are looking for and will work collaboratively with you to identify the best possible therapy plan.

Areas of Focus:​
  • Anxiety

  • ADHD

  • Depression

  • School life

  • Emotional regulation

  • Executive functioning

  • Work life

  • Family life

  • Relationships and friendships

  • Stress reduction

  • Parenting challenges

  • Behavioral concerns

Lauren Schapiro, LCSW - Psychotherapist

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Lauren’s ability to connect with adolescents and young adults has translated into a career centered on creating a safe space for individuals struggling and seeking help. Lauren works with individuals in a collaborative way to meet clients where they are and create a space where you feel safe to explore how to reach your goals. Her approach is creating a judgement-free environment where clients feel comfortable expressing their thoughts and feelings. Her practice is person-centered and holistic, while working with clients to understand who they are from their perspective, beyond just the therapy room. Through the therapeutic process, Lauren aims to help clients recognize and utilize their unique strengths to solve problems and achieve a more fulfilling life. Lauren utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Behavioral Activation, talk therapy, and art therapy during her sessions. Lauren has advanced training in CBT through the Beck Institute, the international leaders in CBT training.

Lauren has experience working with adolescents and adults, providing therapy and concrete services while at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Hunter College, Silberman School of Social Work with a focus in clinical work. She also graduated from Gettysburg College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology while playing on the women’s soccer team.

Lauren's Approach: 

Lauren’s approach is to connect with clients and help them reach their goals by building a safe environment where individuals feel they can express themselves freely, without judgement. Lauren understands that clients exist beyond the therapy room and sessions are tailored to meet clients where they are. Through the use of CBT and strengths-based approach, clients will learn skills and techniques to help them confront uncertainties and reframe thoughts to help them discover their most confident self.  Lauren will help guide her clients to identify and build on their strengths to help take control of their lives.

Areas of Focus:​
  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Self-Esteem

  • Relationships and Friendships

  • Life adjustments

  • Behavioral Concerns 

  • School life

  • Home life 

  • Coping Skills 

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Rachel Maizel, LMSW - Psychotherapist

Rachel Maizel, LMSW

Rachel believes that she did not choose the profession of being a therapist so much as the profession chose her. The choice to become a therapist and to help others was derived from certain experiences throughout her younger years.


In high school and college, Rachel had many close peers and family members who were silently suffering with depression, ADHD, and anxiety. Many of these people did not know who to turn to for help. Rachel recognized the impact of anxiety, stress, depression, and negative habits in diminishing one’s self worth and sense of empowerment on these people.

Rachel's Approach: 

Rachel’s approach as a therapist aims to provide a safe and warm space for her clients by being empathetic, genuine, and having unconditional positive regard for all of her clients. Rachel wants all of her clients to know that It’s okay to not be okay, and that you are not alone. Rachel seeks to understand her clients client holistically in order to provide the best therapeutic support. Therapy is a place for you to take the lead, and Rachel is excited to meet you where you are and bear witness to your journey. Therapy is about connection, trust, flexibility, and creativity, and while the journey of therapy can be difficult at times, there is so much beauty in the process! It is incredibly liberating to engage in the process of learning about yourself, and taking back control.

Rachel believes that therapy works best when a therapist lets the client set the pace and creates a judgment-free space. Rachel understands that change is not easy, so she strives to help clients first weigh the pros and cons of breaking out of their patterns and changing their behaviors. Together Rachel and her clients work to establish and maintain a life that aligns with their goals


Rachel is an ADHD-Certified Clinical Services Provider (ADHD-CCSP), a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), holds a Trauma Focused CBT Certification, and is in the process of becoming certified in EMDR.

Areas of Focus:​
  • Trauma

  • Relationships

  • Boundary-setting

  • Grief

  • Problem-solving and Communication skills

  • Executive Function and Time Management

  • Self-esteem

  • Family conflict 

  • ADHD

  • Behavioral Management/Modification

  • Transitions

  • Addiction

Through education and exploration, Rachel recognized the ability to help many of the other people silently suffering with anxiety and depression through psychotherapy. Rachel found her niche in working with adolescents and young adults with anxiety, depression, ADHD, and trauma. Rachel’s warmth, openness, and empathy helps clients to feel safe and secure in therapy with her. Rachel has a unique ability to foster a comforting and relatable environment for her clients to open up. 

Rachel possesses a wide array of experience in working with children, teens, and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, Executive functioning, and behavioral issues. In addition, Rachel has experience working with populations struggling from issues of addiction, grief, and trauma. Rachel received her Bachelor of Social Work from James Madison University and her Masters in Social Work form New York University.

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