Eliza Daniels, MA, LMHC, (they/she) maintains a full and active private practice on Nipmuc and Pocomtuc territory in what is now called Northampton, Massachusetts. Her clinical interests include working with LGBTQIA+ adults, local activists, healers, farmers, land-tenders and educators. Eliza enjoys clinical work centered around gender affirming therapy, exploring anti-oppression & liberation frameworks, Complex PTSD and Relational trauma, addiction, recovery, pleasure and post traumatic growth in survivors of sexual abuse.
Eliza brings 10 years of clinical experience to her teaching and private practice, having worked in community mental health, school and university settings with folks of all ages. Eliza has taught graduate-level counseling, community psychoeducation about Complementary and Alternative Medicine as adjunctive to therapy, and has led groups for adolescents and adults with ID. Eliza works with many people who have experienced traumas across the spectrum and has completed Level 1 and 2 training as an EMDR therapist working towards EMDRIA certification. Their clinical work is grounded in Relational Cultural, Experiential, Trans-feminist and Contemplative approaches.
Eliza has studied Traditional Western Herbalism for many years and affirms the connection between human and plant as an avenue for curiosity, play, pleasure, healing, and deeper understanding of our interdependent and interconnected relationships with the natural world.
When they aren’t working, Eliza enjoys long dog park adventures with their 2 dogs and partner, bumbling in their garden, fashion and adornment, hammocking, and playing soccer. Eliza engages in local community organizing and activism around the intersections of environmental justice and racial justice. They are a NonViolent Direct Action trained “peacekeeper” for protests in Hampshire County.