Liz Baker, PhD

Dr. Elizabeth Baker received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology, with a Neuropsychology emphasis, from Brigham Young University. She has training and experience with psychological and neuropsychological assessment, as well as individual and group psychotherapy and has previously worked for Preferred Family Clinic, Utah Psychological Services, Intermountain Medical Center Outpatient Neurorehab and the BYU Counseling Center. Her doctoral dissertation was entitled, “The Group Selection Questionnaire: A Continued Validation Study.” Dr. Baker is a member of the American Psychological Association, Utah Psychological Association, American Group Psychotherapy Association, and the Brain Injury Association of Utah. She joins the psychology department at Utah Valley Pain Management, working with opioid risk assessment, presurgery screening, biofeedback, pain management and personal counseling, as well as UVPM’s group psychotherapy programs. She also has specialty training in the assessment and treatment of brain injury, stroke, and neurodegenerative disorders, and enjoys assisting pain patients who also experience these difficulties. Dr. Baker is excited to join the Utah Valley Pain Management’s cutting-edge interdisciplinary team, which looks at the “whole picture” for every pain patient. When she isn’t working, Liz loves singing, making crafts and spending time with her husband and children.