Boe Elizabeth Roberts is a psychotherapist who specializes in counseling children and young adults.  She works with an integrative theoretical approach, which culminates in the clients personal awareness.  Ms. Roberts studied Professional Psychology at John F. Kennedy University where she earned a Masters Degree emphasizing Expressive Art Therapy.  She completed her undergraduate degree at UCSC, where she focused on ‘at risk’ children and youth and their relationship within their community.

Ms. Roberts has extensive experience with young children, teens and their families. She has specific experience working with children who have divorced parents, been adopted, or are in foster care.  She has also spent many years working with children of addicted parents, children with special needs, eating disorders, body image, and youth struggling with learning disabilities.  Ms. Roberts is exceptional at Play Therapy, conducting sessions using a non-directive, internally focused, child centered approach.  She uses her creative background in visual arts to support greater connectivity between children and their parents.  Ms. Roberts also offers regular support groups for youth and children in the community.

Ms. Roberts is passionate about helping others find their joy in life and helping them realize their dreams.  She is realistic in her work and outlook on life, and uses her grounding nature to support people in achieving greater self knowledge and thus reaching their full potential.