M.S., 2011, Georgia State University, Counseling
B.A., 2006, Barnard College, Art History
Elizabeth Meister is an NSTRC Trainer in the National SafeCare Training and Research Center (NSTRC), which is housed in the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development in the School of Public Health at Georgia State University, where she conducts trainings and provides on-going consultation and support to sites implementing SafeCare, and contributes to the revision of SafeCare curriculum and training protocols.
Prior to joining the staff at Georgia State, Elizabeth completed her graduate internship at Savannah College of Art and Design – Atlanta Counseling and Student Support Services, where she worked with students in individual, crisis, group, and couples counseling along with various psychoeducational workshops and student outreach. As a council member of the Georgia College Counseling Association, Elizabeth was awarded the President’s Grant from GCCA in January 2011. She has completed additional training in play and expressive therapies and traumatology.