Elisa began working with emotional health as a young teenager, when she was a counselor at a children’s summer day camp. Ever since those summers, through personal experience, her own path of healing, and years of advanced training and education, she has been continuously learning how to help people create opportunities to heal their emotional and physical pain from a place of resource and strength. Her focus is on helping individuals and their families build a more positive and valued sense of themselves, both as individuals and as a unit, and to bring a more balanced state of well-being into all areas of their lives.
Elisa Elkin-Cleary, LICSW, is a licensed clinical social worker in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She has worked in private clinical practice since 2001, is a certified trauma therapist from the Colin Ross Institute, and has extensive training in ego state work, trauma, dissociation, maternal mental health, attachment, and performance enhancement. She works internationally bringing The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) skills into corporate performance and leadership, sports and musical performance, and clinical consultation with residential treatment programs nationally and internationally.
When Elisa is not working with her clients at her private practice, at schools or in the corporate environment, she is most likely hiking, camping, reading, or spending time around the fire with her family and friends.