Elizabeth Fleagle, Psy.D.
Dr. Fleagle is a fully licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Michigan. Originally from Boulder, CO, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis before moving to Louisville, KY to pursue graduate training in clinical psychology. She received her masters and doctoral degree in clinical psychology with a specialization in health psychology from Spalding University. Dr. Fleagle completed her pre-doctoral internship in health psychology through Henry Ford Health System and post-doctoral fellowship in health psychology with specialized training in integrated primary care and medical education through Michigan State University, Consortium for Advanced Psychological Training.
Prior to joining Arbor Psychology Group, Dr. Fleagle worked within school systems, psychiatric hospitals, college counseling centers, and medical inpatient and outpatient settings. Most recently, she was employed through Henry Ford Health System as a senior staff psychologist in the Transplant Institute. She worked with transplant patients and their families throughout the transplant process.
Dr. Fleagle has presented at local, national and international conferences and published broadly within the field of health psychology. Prior research interests include psychosocial outcomes of transplant and organ donation, patient interaction with medical systems, and burnout and wellness in family caregivers and professional providers.
Working at the intersection of medical and physical illness, Dr. Fleagle specializes in the treatment of psychological issues that arise from chronic illness. Whether you or a family member is dealing with a new medical diagnosis, struggling with chronic pain, or seeking cognitive behavioral treatment for physical ailments, she may be the provider for you.
At Arbor Psychology Group, Dr. Fleagle offers comprehensive psychological assessment and individual psychotherapy. Her practice is focused on teenagers, college students, and adults. She is able to treat a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, stress management, role transitions, grief and loss, professional burn out, and psychological issues related to medical issues. She operates from a cognitive behavioral perspective with elements of acceptance and commitment therapy and motivational interviewing. As an evidence-based practitioner, she always take into consideration a client’s preference and presentation. She hopes to create a comfortable and open environment where meaningful change is made by working together.