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About Elizabeth Hitchcock, LCSW
Elizabeth Hitchcock, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker who is part of the college mental health program, providing therapy to UC San Diego students at the undergraduate, graduate and medical school levels. She enjoys assisting individuals to develop skills to work through difficult times, seeing patients improve their current situations and collaborating with other providers to achieve positive outcomes.
Hitchcock previously worked in acute inpatient settings in both the emergency department and observation and stepdown units where she assisted with brief intervention therapy, mandated reporting and discharge planning. She also collaborated with patients, families and their medical teams, and referred to outpatient and community resources.
She obtained her master's degree in social work from Simmons College in Boston, Mass. and her bachelor's degree from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.
Outside of work, Hitchcock enjoys live music, going to the beach, enjoying sunsets, traveling, Chicago sports, ice hockey, reading, hiking, photography and spending time with her dog and loved ones.
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- Simmons University, Boston, MA
- Trinity College, Hartford, CT
Date Joined Staff
Conditions and Treatments
- Mental Health for College Students