Elizabeth Anable is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a doctoral candidate at Smith College School for Social Work. Her research focuses on integrating body-mind practices with evidenced-based clinical interventions. Ms. Anable has over a decade of clinical experience working with complex trauma, dual diagnosis, and crisis response. Most recently, she served as a clinical supervisor for a community mental health agency.
Ms. Anable is passionate about psychophysiology as a path toward trauma healing. She is a Certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, a teaching assistant at beginning and intermediate levels, and training coordinator through the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute. Ms. Anable teaches on the integration of body-based modalities into clinical supervision models, as well as self-care and community-care models for social justice activists. She advocates for body-based trauma healing as a path towards the realization of greater coherence and aliveness, both individually and collectively. She sees this work as an opportunity for knowing a more peaceful coexistence with one another and with the planet.