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Dr. Elizabeth "Liz" Nobis is the psychologist with the athletic department serving the mental health needs of Penn's varsity student-athletes. Liz conducts individual and group psychotherapy, outreach programming and consultation for teams and DRIA staff, oversees the Student Athlete Wellness Ambassadors group, and is involved in campus committees including the Eating Concerns team, Sports Nutrition Injury Prevention group, Quaker Forward Committee (Athletics DEIB committee), and Penn Athletics Wharton Leadership Academy (PAWLA). Other areas of clinical specialization are anxiety, spirituality, and interpersonal concerns. 

Liz earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Biola University's Rosemead School of Psychology in 2021 and served as a postdoctoral fellow at Penn's Counseling Services before beginning with athletics. Prior to earning her doctorate, Liz spent several years within the public health and non-profit fields conducting research, statistical analysis, and educational programming in the Philadelphia area. Liz earned a master's in public health from Drexel in 2012 following her bachelor's degree in general science from the University of Oregon.

Liz's office is located in Weightman Hall where she is available to meet with student-athletes one-on-one, groups, or teams.