Elliott Strick, MA, LMFT
Elliott Strick is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who has provided counseling and psychotherapy for couples, individuals and families for over 20 years. In addition to his psychotherapy practice, Elliott offers individual and group supervision for other therapists. For more information click here.
His areas of expertise include relationship communication problems and conflict resolution, helping people heal wounds and trauma from childhood, GLBT issues, ACOA, men’s issues, anger and grief. Providing clients a safe environment is of primary consideration in his practice. He is affiliated with a psychiatrist for medication consultation and treatment when appropriate, as well as a naturopathic physician for alternatives to traditional medications.
Elliott is a Clinical Member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He received his degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University New England in 1993. He practices psychotherapy using the Internal Family Systems model, which he has been studying since 2012. He has also studied and trained extensively in body-oriented and expressive therapies for many years at Shalom Mountain Retreat Center.
Elliott’s own journey of self-discovery and healing for over 25 years has fueled his passion for this work. He invites you to take your own journey with him and bring about the changes you are seeking for your life. The gift you will receive is the ability to live life in the present with more energy and joy.
He is an in-network provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Husky CT (Medicaid), and many out-of-network plans will cover his services.
To become a new client with Elliott Strick, please first go to therapyappointment.com. Click on Find Your Therapist. Enter "Strick" to Find By Name, then register yourself. Afterward, contact Elliott by phone or email to schedule your appointment.
Contact Elliott Strick
I believe that therapy is a powerful tool for healing emotional issues that affect body, mind, heart, and spirit. My areas of expertise include:
- Helping couples overcome communication problems and learn conflict resolution skills.
- Working with men who are healing from sexual abuse.
- Assisting gay and lesbian families achieve stability and long term growth.
- Co-dependency and ACOA issues related to abandonment or other wounds experienced in childhood.
- Single parent family issues.