Elizabeth J. Tupling, MS, TLLP is a psychotherapist specializing in individual, and family therapy, and maintains a private practice in Huntington Woods and Royal Oak, Michigan.
Working with a broad spectrum of clients, Elizabeth utilizes an integrative method of therapy to assist people in gently moving toward emotional wholeness. In her work with clients struggling with anxiety and depression she offers a safe, non-judgemental space in which people can unburden themselves of painful traumas and emotional wounds. Elizabeth also assists clients who are in the midst of major life transitions in the areas of work, family and relationships.
If you are in the process of re-evaluating the quality of your relationships, Elizabeth can offer insight into those challenges through "Connectedness Coaching" - a process in which together, you will explore how you relate to others through your belief systems and relationship patterns.The goal in Connectedness Coaching is to stimulate a new, healthier connection to your physical, spiritual, and emotional self. As clients progress toward that goal, they begin to heal and release old relationship wounds. As they do, they discover that their ability to connect with others transforms in powerful ways. A contributor to Divorce Source Radio, Elizabeth is passionate about helping people realize their true potential in relationships.
Elizabeth also provides both testing and psychotherapeutic services for children and adolescents/teens. When working with youth she places an emphasis on honoring each child's unique way of being in the world, along with a special attention to the various developmental stages the child is attempting to navigate his/her way through. The parent of an 12 year old son herself, Elizabeth is accutely aware of the challenges kids face in this highly complex, technologically driven world we live in.
Ms. Tupling completed her graduate work in Clinical Psychology at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. She is also an adjunct professor in Psychology at Madonna University, Oakland Community College, and Baker Community College.