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
  • Child
  • Older Adult

Elizza LeJeune is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Michigan. 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 children, 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.

Her areas of interest include working with children, 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

Racial Trauma in the News

Racial Trauma in the News

How to stay informed and protect your mental health Technology advances have allowed society to stay in touch and be informed of other’s doing in an instant. This has been a great thing especially during COVID when we were all in quarantine, but...

Be an Ally: July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

Be an Ally: July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

Learn what you can do to show support and fight back in the stigma of seeking mental health help–during BIPOC Mental Health Month and the whole year through!

The Soft Life: How Black Woman are Fighting Back Against Stress, Trauma & Depression

The Soft Life: How Black Woman are Fighting Back Against Stress, Trauma & Depression

If you’re scrolling through Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest or Tik Tok, you may have seen that “The Soft Life” post. It has been gaining popularity on social media among minority women, specifically black women.  The soft life...

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