Liza Mordkovich is a Social worker, Art therapist, and Psychotherapist who specializes working with children, adolescents, adults and families. Ms Mordkovich graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor degree in psychology and art from Tufts University and Master’s Degree in art therapy and counseling from Long Island University. Also, she completed a second Master’s Degree in Social Work.
Ms Mordkovich is trained in art therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectic behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness meditation across the lifespan. Specifically, she focuses on applying those therapeutic modalities towards the treatment of addiction, anxiety disorders depression, stress management, immigration related psychological issues, childhood disorders, family and relationship problems, and adjustment disorder. She has experience working in different settings with different clients including inpatient psychiatry, outpatient clinic with chemically addicted mentally ill individuals, HIV services, and children with behavioral and sensory problems.
In addition to advance her educational and professional achievements, Ms. Mordkovich has also engaged in academic pursuits and sought to expand her working knowledge. In order to accomplish this, she has conducted research in the fields of art therapy, treatment of anxiety disorders, addiction and disorders in childhood. She is most interested in examining the efficacy of evidence based treatment in combination with art therapy and mindfulness.