Telehealth Therapists

Elisabeth Goldenberg, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Clinical Supervisor, Bi-Lingual therapist

I am Elisabeth Eugenia Goldenberg, Bilingual/Bicultural Spanish LCSW. I was born and raised in Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires, Argentina. My father is Chilean, and my mother was Assyrian- American, born in Spanish Fork, Utah.

Elisabeth's Approach

I invite you to show up as who you are. I am bilingual & bicultural (Spanish) & enjoy empowering people from diverse backgrounds. During sessions, we will collaborate to make sense of what you have survived, what helped, what hurts & we will identify thoughts & patterns which might be keeping you stuck. If you choose EMDR Therapy, we can re-start your brain’s natural self-healing abilities so you can heal from traumatic experiences and see yourself & your future through more positive, hopeful eyes. I also feel comfortable using other modalities including psychoeducation, mindfulness- based- culturally sensitive CBT, narrative therapy, family of origin therapy. I have also had some training in the area of Ego State Therapy for DID in both children and adults. Thank you for allowing me to be a collaborator in your healing path.

More About Elisabeth Goldenberg

I was a domestic violence advocate/ case-manager from 2000 until 2008. I have worked in community mental health & medically based mental health since 2008, serving children, individuals, adolescents, families, adults, older adults, families and couples in both the English and Spanish speaking languages. I enjoy working in the area of trauma/ PTSD, domestic and sexual violence.


  • EMDR Certified Therapist (October 2021)
  • LCSW (2013)
  • Masters in Social Work (2008, Portland State University)
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology (1992, University of Utah, SLC, UT)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts (1992, University of Utah, SLC, UT)

Can I Help You?

I treat patients for:

    • Depression, Grief, Loss, Sadness
    • Anxiety, Worry, Stress, Panic
    • PTSD, Trauma
    • LGBTQIA+ Related Issues
    • BIPOC Related Issues