Elizabeth-Bree Meras, M.S.

Practicum Intern

Elizabeth-Bree Meras earned her Masters of Science degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from National University, San Diego and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Cal State University Channel Islands. She is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Applied Clinical Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 

Elizabeth has over 7 years of experience in Applied Behavior Analysis working with individuals ages 2-25 diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and developmental delays. She has previously served as a supervising clinician in behavioral therapy services which included developing and overseeing treatment plans and providing parent consultations with families of diverse backgrounds. Additionally, Elizabeth has experience developing comprehensive goals that decrease maladaptive behaviors as well as strengthen skills across various domains such as: receptive/expressive communication, social skills, activities of daily living, community integration, and gross/fine motor abilities.  

Elizabeth’s dissertation is focused on intergenerational trauma and its relationship with anxiety and PTSD in Latinx Individuals. She is passionate about assisting individuals in improving their quality of life through a kind and compassionate approach.

Elizabeth’s services are provided under the license and supervision of Jennifer Lynch, Psy.D. (PSY30626).