Info@odonatawellnesscenter.com
414-639-2441

Elizabeth A. Poth, Licensed Professional Counselor

elizabeth@odonatawellnesscenter.com
414-639-2441

Elizabeth A. Poth MS, LPC, ATR, CSAT Candidate CCPS Candidate, RMT

Licensed Professional Counselor

Lead Retreat Facilitator

Welcome to Odonata Wellness Center, LLC. The vision of Odonata began 19 years ago out my own personal experiences in seeking services that provide a high level of care to clients suffering with complex trauma histories, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Art Therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Candidate, and Certified Clinical Partner Specialist Candidate, I offer clients an eclectic collaborative approach to achieve their healing goals and optimize the quality of their lives. I respect and honor that each person, couple and family are on their own unique healing journey.

I specializes in working with individuals, couples and families who have been impacted by relational betrayal, institutional trauma, sex/porn addiction and family members mental health issues.

  • Multidimensional Partner Trauma Model Training (MPTM) facilitated by The Association of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists
  • Presently the only MPTM trained clinician in Southeast Wisconsin
  • Certified Sex Addiction training
  • Specialize in working with partner trauma
  • Experience with individuals across the life span
  • Facilitated Art Therapy with male/female military veterans
  • Creative arts approach with Military Sexual Trauma (MST) victims
  • Art as therapy with sex offending youth and at-risk-youth

My therapeutic style is described as empathetic and client-centered. I believe that the cornerstone of quality mental health treatment is safety and trust built in the therapeutic relationship over time.

I am committed to providing a consistent standard of trauma-informed care; therefore, I require that all staff and partnerships of Odonata Wellness Center must be trauma-informed providers, adhere to their respective ethical requirements, and be client-centered.

Throughout the year, I volunteer my time to be of service to bereaved military families who lost a loved one. I teach how art can be used as a form of self-care and renewal.

Member of the American Art Therapy Association, 2004 – Present

Member of the Wisconsin Art Therapy Association, served on the Board of Directors 2012 – 2014