Dr. Jennifer Crofts (She/Her/Hers) received her doctorate degree from Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology. Throughout her career, she has had experience working in a variety of settings including community mental health clinics, college campuses, disability services and most recently in private practice in the state of Florida. Dr. Crofts specializes in the provision of bilingual (Spanish/English) mental health services to marginalized populations including people with disabilities, the LGBT+ community, and people of color.
Dr. Elizabeth (Beth) Gill is a postdoctoral fellow. She grew up in Central Florida and received her bachelor’s degree from Florida State University. Following graduation, she worked as a research assistant for a Clinical Psychologist at the FSU College of medicine. During that time, she volunteered as a victim advocate which ignited her passion for working with trauma. Beth left Tallahassee to pursue her doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Houston. While in Houston, Beth provided clinical care in multiple settings including college counseling, substance use, the Houston Fire Department, and the Houston VA. Beth moved back to Central Florida to complete her doctoral internship at UCF Counseling and Psychological Services where she provided psychotherapy to college students. Beth is excited to be completing her postdoctoral training at Safe Harbor Counseling and Advocacy.
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