Elisa Nebolsine provides Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to children and adolescents in her Falls Church, Virginia, practice, CBT for Kids. She holds a master’s degree in clinical social work from Smith College, and has worked with kids, teens, and their families for the past 20 years. In addition, she advises educational and mental health professionals on the use of CBT in direct practice and preventively, with at-risk youth.
Elisa is a clinical supervisor and member of the Speaker’s Bureau for the Beck Institute in Philadelphia, where she works with clinicians using CBT with youth throughout the country. Additionally, Elisa is an adjunct faculty member at Catholic University’s graduate school of social work, where she teaches child clinical practice and Cognitive Behavioral Theory both on campus and online.
Elisa is accredited through the Academy of Cognitive Therapy—a rigorous credential—and has been cited in Washingtonian as a top therapist in multiple categories. She has appeared on local tv news programs, been quoted in national parenting magazines, and is a member of ADAA, NASW, and ACT.