Elizza LeJeune

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Locations

Transition Clinic
300 68th Street SE, Building A, Entrance A1
Grand Rapids, MI 49548

Patient Ages

  • Adolescent
  • Adult
  • Older Adult

Elizza LeJeune is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Michigan who sees clients age 15-99 at the Pine Rest Transition Clinic.

Elizza earned a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Central Michigan University and continued on to receive a Master’s degree in Social Work with a Certificate in Disaster Mental Health from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. Before coming to Pine Rest, she worked with culturally diverse populations of adolescents, families and adults in group, home-based, inpatient and school settings. Most recently, Elizza counseled women facing unplanned pregnancies whom made a voluntary adoption plan, and supported families who’ve experienced infertility through the adoption process.

Elizza’s areas of interest include working with adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, spiritual concerns, family and child issues, adoption, grief and loss, and women’s issues.

When Elizza is not working she enjoys visiting family in the Caribbean and Louisiana, cooking, writing blogs, gardening and playing with her dog. She also stays busy through her involvement in various ministry and philanthropic groups in West Michigan.

Elizza LeJeune participates in the Diversity Collective.

Specialties

Treatment

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Older Adults
  • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (Pregnancy and Postpartum)
  • Spiritual/Religious Issues

Articles By Elizza LeJeune

Mental Health Tips in the Wake of Trauma

Mental Health Tips in the Wake of Trauma

When tragedy occurs, our sense of well-being feels violated. Elizza LeJeune, LMSW, offers tips on how to care for ourselves in the wake of trauma.

Preventing Suicide: Risk Factors, Warning Signs, Safety Plans and Hotlines

Preventing Suicide: Risk Factors, Warning Signs, Safety Plans and Hotlines

A safety plan is a personalized plan that can help you remain safe when facing difficult situations and/ or troubling emotions. Usually made with a trusted mental health provider after assessing risk factors, a safety plan can help you recognize...

Tips to Ease Your Child’s Back-to-School Anxiety

Tips to Ease Your Child’s Back-to-School Anxiety

Even children who enjoy school can experience anxieties as a new school year approaches. Check out our tips to help your child feel more positive about going back!

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