Greville, Elizabeth

Greville, Elizabeth

Ms. Elizabeth Greville
Counselor (part-time)
Counseling Services


Contact Information:
greville@pitt.edu 814-362-5272
Frame-Westerberg Commons, Room 222

Degrees and Credentials:
M.A. Social Work, University of Chicago
B.A. Philosophy, Kenyon College

Short Bio:

As an experienced therapist, Ms. Greville offers caring and confidential services to enrolled students who find themselves struggling with aspects of their college experience.  Common reasons students seek therapy include anxiety and depression, difficult relationships, academic problems, family issues, grief, and traumatic experiences, including physical, sexual and emotional abuse.  We will work together to understand those struggles and to nurture the unique spirit that each student brings to living out answers that feel right.

She is currently training in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy which is an integrative model of healing that draws on attachment theory, affective neuroscience, somatic practices and short-term dynamic psychotherapies.  She also draws from techniques and skills from Dialectical Behavior Therapy and short-term solution-oriented approaches. 

In addition to her work in Counseling Services, she also has a private practice in her native home of Kane, PA.  Elizabeth treasures the space of rural places, and exploring those spaces with her family, old friends and new friends, and lots of animals.