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Elizabeth Tullis (Bittiker), LMFT

Message from Elizabeth

Did getting to this page take you a while to finally do? Let's face it, therapy can be really intimidating, especially if we've had a bad experience or have never been before. I can promise you my style of therapy is the furthest thing from intimidating. I want to hear you out, be with you in what you're processing, and make it less painful with more gains. In my office, we'll laugh, get real, and walk through whatever it is you need. It's my belief that we're not meant to go through life with an "it is what it is" mindset. It truly doesn't have to be, if you're wanting change we're going to find a way to get there together. I specialize in working with teens and women who are experiencing issues such as depression, anxiety, body image issues, relationship stress, spiritual issues, past trauma, identity issues, and feelings of low self-esteem. I utilize aspects of Narrative Theory, Attachment, and Internal Family Systems Theory to guide my practice. Making the call isn't easy, but I promise you that asking for help is one of the bravest things you can do. It is confidential, and your well-being is always first priority in making sure you get access to the services you need. You've got this!

About Elizabeth 's practice



Weekdays Before 9am

Weekdays 9am - 5pm

Weekdays After 5pm

Weekends 9am - 5pm




Sliding scale








In-person available: Yes

Virtual available: Yes



Body Image


Young Adulthood

Life Transitions

Women's Obstacles






Out of network providers




Why state matters


Get to Know Elizabeth

"When I think of Elizabeth, the first word that comes to mind is integrity. She doesn't just talk the talk, but genuinely does the work in her own life that she helps clients do in theirs. I have so much respect for the way she is able to empathize for clients from an authentic and caring place."

Morgan McCool, MFT, Colleague

If I have never been to therapy before, what should I expect? How do I know if I should go, and how do I start?

Making that final step to booking with a therapist isn't easy, I totally get it! What you can expect from the moment you meet with me is to feel at ease and free to ask questions, and make our time together what you need it to be. I like to say that the only "pre-requisite" to seeing a therapist is feeling like you want someone to talk to that isn't your friends or family, that's it! Getting started is easy! Just book a free 15-minute consult and I'll give you a call answering any questions you have. We can then get you booked for our first session. I try and make it as painless as possible because you reaching out is already the hard part!

What are your policies and practices around insurance?

I am considered out of network, but work with a third party concierge service that can help you get set up to be reimbursed through your insurance. Many times this can be a reimbursement of up to 60-80%.

What degrees do you have and what techniques are you trained in?

I have a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and have received trainings in both Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT).

How can you tell if I am benefiting from working with you?

I can tell you're progressing in our time together if your goals are being met, you're finding freedom from what may have been holding you back from certain aspects of your life, and when I witness you building levels of increased capacity and resiliency towards issues that may have felt overwhelming before. In our time together I want you to feel like you're getting somewhere, and will do everything I can to help you reach your goals.

What is the best part of the work for you?

I absolutely love getting to hear your story and be with you as you bravely face challenges and begin to process and heal. It's an honor to have the opportunity for you to open up and feel safe in our sessions together, and I'm grateful to be apart of it!

Where did you work before going into private practice?

Before getting my Masters Degree, I traveled around as a Fashion Model in cities like NYC and elsewhere. The experiences I had through working in the industry is a big part of my "why" for having a heart for doing therapy with women and teens.