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Liz Scheibe

PLPC, MA Counseling

CURRENTLY ONLY TAKING NON-USA BASED CLIENTS (those living outside of the United States) for September


Liz’s compassionate service alongside her husband in ministry drew her to pursue a counseling degree where she could grow in the necessary skills to help people find hope, healing, and peace. Her years of ministry experience, mothering, and walking with her husband in the pastorate aid her in understanding the particular concerns and struggles of those in ministry. She cares compassionately, which allows one to feel accepted and find the needed space to process their life and current experiences. She has a passion and curiosity for people and their stories and seeks to develop a counseling framework for how Gospel Truth grows and changes people, particularly those struggling with self-worth, loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, and challenges in marriages, families, and/or ministries.


Education and professional experience 

  • Liz grew up in Tulsa, OK and attended University of Arkansas (BA- Psychology; 1997)

  • Campus Ministry Staff with Student Mobilization (1997-2000)

  • Seminary student and supporting spouse at Reformed Theological Seminary (2000-2004)

  • Ministry partner in Belfast, Northern Ireland (2002-2003)

  • Homemaker and ministry leader alongside husband:

  • Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO (Master of Arts in Counseling; 2017)

  • Addiction Recovery Intern, Bridge House (2017)

  • Allender Trauma Training Certificate (2017)

  • ICEEFT Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Externship and Core Skills Training (2017-2018)