Beth has been a licensed psychotherapist for over 20 years. She obtained her BA in Psychology from the University of Richmond in 1994, a Masters in Social Work from the University of Georgia in 1997, and a certification in Integrative Health from the University of Arizona. She is one of about 4300 clinicians worldwide who is fully certified in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), which is an integrative psychotherapy used to treat PTSD, abuse, depression and anxiety. She is also certified in Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy (IBCT) and has been trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS) for Complex Trauma (parts work) and body-centered therapies such as Hakomi and Core Energetics. She is passionate about helping clients access deeper places in their psyches through dream work, meditation, deep breathing, guided imagery, mantra, compassion and non-judgement, and other mindfulness practices. For many years, she has supervised bachelors and masters level clinicians working towards their degrees and licenses.
No matter what brings someone to therapy, Beth sees each client as unique and the development of the therapeutic relationship as the most important aspect of our work together. The dynamic interchange between the therapist/ client relationship and the clinical interventions used is experiential and an often beautifully rewarding experience.
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