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Therapy Intern

Elizabeth Kovacs

 

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Utah State University

Graduate Education:

Master Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Liberty University

Counseling Services:

Individual and Group Therapy - Mental Health and Addiction Counseling, Case Management

About Elizabeth:

Elizabeth Kovacs grew up in California, Arizona and Utah. She completed her undergraduate degree from Utah State University in Logan, UT in 2002 in fine art and theatre. She worked as a park ranger at Timpanogos National Monument taking visitors through the cave system for two summers following graduation. In 2006, she was hired as a park ranger for Utah State Parks and Recreation where she was employed at Antelope Island State Park then promoted to assistant manager of East Canyon State Park. During her time there she became interested in therapy as a potential future after a friend, Brody Young, was shot on duty outside Canyonlands National Park. Her final assignment was at Scofield State Park as a park manager/assistant manager to the Huntington complex. Elizabeth took a park ranger position at Lone Pine State Park in Kalispell, MT, where she worked to open a fine art gallery and coffee shop. Elizabeth got married and had two children, Cameron and Rebekah and moved to Fort Hood, Texas. Elizabeth applied for a graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University during COVID-19 and unfortunate divorce. She moved back to Utah to work practicum at the Salt Lake Behavioral Health hospital and took an internship position with High Country Behavioral Health.

Elizabeth enjoys oil painting, creative writing, camping and hiking although she spends most of her spare time reading school books and being a mom.

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