Our Providers
Elizabeth A. Nicholson, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MSW

    
Elizabeth A. Nicholson, LCSW
 
 

Elizabeth Nicholson is originally from  Augusta, Georgia.  She provides counseling and therapy services for individuals, couples, and parent/child clients.  Elizabeth earned her B.A. degree in Sociology and Certificate in Environmental Studies in 1994 from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin.  She also attended Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.  She earned her Master's Degree in Social Work in 1996 from the University of Georgia.  She has served as a field instructor for Bachelor's level social work students at Thomas University and is a member of the National Association for Social Work.  She is licensed and Board Certified as a clinical social worker (LCSW) in the state of Georgia.  Elizabeth enjoys live music, traveling and spending time with friends and family.  She and her husband have two children. Elizabeth has specialized training in the treatment of pregnancy related mental health. She also provides counseling to Shaw patients with general mental health concerns including: Depression and Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Medical and Health concerns including eating disorders, Grief and Loss including Pregnancy Loss, Work and Career Issues, Stress Management and Insomnia, Parenting and Family Issues, Fertility, Pregnancy, Parenting Issues, and Perinatal Mood disorders including Postpartum Depression. Elizabeth's therapeutic philosophy is treatment is both supportive and insight-oriented.  Since insight without action is stagnation, expect to receive plenty of encouragement to keep moving forward!



Office Location(s):

Shaw Center for Womens' Health


918 S Broad St
Thomasville, Georgia   31792
Location Phone: 229-226-8800
Location Fax: 229-226-8232


Accepting new patients:
I am accepting new patients.

Other Certifications:
Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, Grief Recovery Institute

In Practice Since:
1996

Affiliations:
Post Partum Stress Center
Post Partum Support International