Beth holds Masters degrees in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University and Education and Human Development with an emphasis in Organizational Development from The George Washington University. Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, Beth held various positions in middle and upper management within large organizations. Beth has extensive training in the area of multi-cultural counseling and holds a firm belief that understanding our own and others differences is a lifelong engagement. She is a student of Alexander Technique studying the nature of how habituated posture and physical mannerisms create discomfort in our bodies and provides valuable information concerning the links to emotional holding patterns. Beth is also an executive coach and a psychiatric crisis clinician.
Beth’s approach is adapted from Eastern and Western traditions and schools of psychology which include: Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Appreciative Inquiry, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, EMDR and Contemplative Psychotherapy.
Beth has experience working with:
Anxiety, Relationships, Depression, Addictions processes, Career Transition,
LGBTQ experiences, Gender Idenity, Family Conflicts
Life Transitions, Stress Management, Grief and Loss
Mood Disorders, Existential Exploration, Work-Life Solutions