Elizabeth Brownell, MSW, RCSWI, Primary Therapist

Elizabeth Brownell, MSW, RCSWI

Primary Therapist


After leaving the world of finance to develop a new passion, Beth discovered her love for social work. Previously earning her associate’s degree in Criminal Justice and bachelor’s degree in Forensic Psychology, she completed her Master of Social Work degree at Simmons University in Boston. After relocating to the Sunshine State, Beth began her clinical career working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness on a local Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) team. It wouldn’t be long before she fell in love with the world of substance use treatment. She has a strong desire for both educating and empowering her clients through various modalities such as Solution-Focused Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. When Beth is not at work, you will find her watching Boston sports teams, hiking nature trails with her children, creating something in the kitchen, or rescuing some stray animal off the side of the road.

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- Tom K.
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Life is so much better after recovery. I'm in better spirits. I can conquer almost anything on my own. And I couldn't be happier.
- Former Patient
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Recovery is about the beginning of a new life and not about dwelling on what you might have done in the past. The counseling, along with the spiritual basis for the counseling is second to none!
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The people cared about me and the people took me under their wing. They not only saved my life, but they saved my brothers and in a way my sons.
- Former Family Member of Patient
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- Ashley
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I had this act going like I was this great student and daughter and I was absolutely dying inside. Luckily I was blessed with amazing parents that talked to Chad Johnson and they figured out a way to get me to Tranquil Shores.