Elizabeth S. Cook, Ph.D.

MHS Clinician, Coordinator of Services for Black Students


Elizabeth Cook, PhD is a licensed psychologist and liaison to underrepresented groups for University Health Services – Mental Health. She completed her graduate training at Northeastern University and internship at Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center (Homewood Campus). Dr. Cook received further training as a postdoctoral fellow at University of Pennsylvania’s Counseling Center, with a particular focus on outreach. Her clinical orientation is integrative, with a central combination of person-centered, multicultural and feminist approaches, as well as the utilization of techniques from Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Dr. Cook has a particular interest in working with students of intersectional, marginalized identities and seeks to help students better understand their own subjective world.