Libby is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Tempe where she specializes in working appreciatively and collaboratively with adolescents, couples, and families. In addition, she conducts groups for women, works with eating disorders, trauma, mood disorders and bipolar clients. Libby has over twenty years of experience in integrating mental and physical health, with a strong emphasis on mindfulness and meditative methods. She supervises graduate and post-doctoral students, and is currently on the Clinical Psychology faculty at Arizona State University for clinical training of students.
Libby received her M.Ed. in counseling psychology, and her Ed.D. in Sport Psychology from Columbia University. She completed post-doctoral training at Erickson Institute, and the Post-Graduate Institute for Family Therapy in Phoenix. She is a certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in trauma training. As an active member of her professional community, she was president of the Arizona Psychology Association in 2009, served for 6 years on the Arizona Board of Behavioral Examiner, Credentialing Committee for Marriage and Family Therapists, and is currently Member Chair for AZPA. She is committed to working with Human Rights International (Doctors of the World) to provide psychological services to refugees.