Elysia M. Shevat-McBroom


Elysia brings an immense passion, love  and respect for therapy and therapeutic process. She is an advocate for her clients and  community in learning and education, spiritual and mental self-care where she believes healing  begins. 

In her early college career, Elysia has emphasized working in mental health care and social  work settings. From 2016-2018 she worked for Arizona company Child and Family Support  Services (CFSS) as a social worker where she supervised court ordered visitations,  collaborated with care teams and providers and also provided and taught parenting skills to  parents and guardians. After moving to New York in 2018, Elysia worked as a clinical social  worker care manager for children in Buffalo for Catholic Charities while also pursuing a master’s  degree. 

In her most recent work experience she gained exponential insight to using trained therapeutic  techniques and skills to work with parents and their children to help navigate and assist with their healing process from past and occurring trauma along with other mental and behavioral  barriers, paving way for a successful future and a healthy and safe environment. Elysia has a  comprehensive understanding of the power of collaboration and works with clients to provide  the most respectful, holistic environment with person-centered, trauma-informed and focused  care, rightfully deserved by every client. 

Elysia’s full clinical working experience ranges from children and adolescents to adults as well  as those in LGBTQ+ population, those with developmental disabilities, emotional and serious  mental illness and at risk youth. 

Elysia is an artist, yogi, avidly practices meditation and enjoys learning about research on  consciousness, mindfulness, compassion and positive psychology in her own time.

How I can help you
  • Northern Arizona University—Major in Psychology and Minor in Sociology
  • Canisius College—Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Additional Training
  • Diversity/Multicultural Training
  • Person-Centered
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Strength-Based
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Trauma-Informed Focused Care
  • Complex Trauma
Professional Activities and Memberships
  • ACA Member
  • Iota Kappa Honor Society

Supervised By Jennifer Johnston, LMSWR, Sr. Supervisor 

“Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world, but to change ourselves.”
― Mahatma Gandhi