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Elizabeth Hagermoser, PHD

Degree: PhD


Sees: Children, Adolescents, Young Adults, and Families


hagermoser@mhsolutions.com

Types of Clients

Children, Adolescents, Young Adults, and Families


Treatment Specialties

Dr. Hagermoser (Elizabeth) is a licensed psychologist who believes in the importance of using research supported techniques in therapy while also individualizing treatment for each client. Dr. Hagermoser welcomes clients of all ages with a wide variety of mental health and behavioral concerns. She has specific expertise in addressing the needs of families with children and adolescents aged 2-19 and has extensive training in addressing needs related to parent training, sleep, toilet training, compliance, establishing routines, anxiety, school refusal, depression, ADHD management, identity issues, and defiant behavior. Dr. Hagermoser welcomes feedback from clients to ensure that therapy is adequately meeting their needs and there is measureable progress towards treatment goals. Dr. Hagermoser regularly collaborates with primary care physicians, psychiatrists, and schools to improve treatment outcomes for her clients.


Training and Experience

Bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Psychology and Religious Studies

APA Accredited PhD at the University of University of Wisconsin-Madison in Educational Psychology

APPIC and APA approved internship completed in the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology at the Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health

Post-Doctoral Fellowship completed at the Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health


Techniques

Dr. Hagermoser has training and experience in with a wide variety of treatment approaches. She is happy to work with clients to determine a treatment approach that is consistent with the client’s expectations for therapy and that will help them to accomplish their therapeutic goals. Elizabeth has experience using techniques from the following theoretical orientations and treatment packages: behavioral, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavior therapy, behavioral therapy for young children, acceptance and commitment therapy, functional family therapy, and motivational interviewing.