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Specializing in marriage counseling, couples counseling and family relationship issues.

Liz Dube, MS.Ed.

Liz Dube, MS.Ed.

Liz Dube’s counseling approach is open, collaborative, and non-judgmental – a posture that comes from her deep respect for the tremendous diversity of human experiences and for our common humanity. She is interested in helping individuals struggling with relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, and trauma, as well as those engaged with sexual identity concerns.

Liz Dube Therapist South Bend

Insurance Accepted:

  • Anthem BCBS PPO

Liz Dube, MS.Ed.

Liz Dube works with individuals and couples. Her specializations include relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, and trauma, as well as those engaged with identity concerns

Liz’s counseling approach is open, collaborative, and non-judgmental—a posture that comes from her deep respect for the tremendous diversity of human experiences as well as our common humanity. Her approach is to join with clients in their experiences, and support them as they grow in compassion, awareness, and trust in their authentic selves.

She holds an M.S.Ed. in Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University South Bend.

Get to know Liz Dube, MS.Ed.

What do you do in your work? Why do you do it that way?

I provide a non-judgemental, accepting space that supports clients’ inner resources. I trust the client is their own best guide to their experience and that they have the answers they need. Rather than focusing on pathology or diagnosis, I seek to understand the client’s experience, to share a few helpful tools, and to accompany and support them as they deepen their self-awareness, acceptance, and come to more fully lean into their innate capacity to navigate life’s struggles and opportunities. As a client’s ability to know and trust themselves grows, they are able to recognize and let go of outmoded and unhelpful beliefs, and begin to make small but significant shifts in the way they show up in their lives. As this happens a client’s ability to navigate life’s challenges and opportunities is renewed and they experience a greater sense of self-agency and ease. It’s truly remarkable, and an honor to witness.

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Posts by Liz Dube, MS.Ed.

couple arguing

Is your relationship suffering from gridlocked, escalating conflict?

If so, you may be worried about the health and future of your relationship. And for good reason! Contentious, gridlocked conflict often includes criticism, defensiveness, stonewalling, and even contempt…