Psychotherapy – Adults, Young Adults, Couples, Groups

Psychotherapy can be helpful if you are:

  • Feeling flat or dull
  • Unable to fully engage with life
  • Feeling chronically stressed and overwhelmed
  • Managing your life by engaging in unhealthy habits
  • Not expressing your passions
  • Mostly living in a state of doing (accomplishing) rather than being (experiencing)
  • Spending a lot of time being busy yet not having a sense of meaningful accomplishment
  • Wishing to improve relationships in your life

Psychotherapy is a process that can help you:

  • Learn to listen to your inner voice with confidence
  • Discover improved self-esteem
  • Calm your mind, engage your body and understand your emotions Create new movement in your life
  • Develop a vision of what you need to move toward as well as a sense of what you may need to move away from to more fully embrace your life
  • Expand your sense of well-being through working with the three centers of intelligence: Mind, Body and Emotions
  • Identify limiting beliefs and areas were you may be holding back without even knowing it
  • Gain understanding of your energy drains and realign with your intentions
  • Design a self care approach that fits with your unique needs
  • Humanize your inner self-talk by skillfully engaging thoughts rather than trying to repress or ignore them
  • Create a realistic work-life balance
  • Identify stressors and recognize stress as a signal to pay more attention to your experiences
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Taylor, Certified Therapy Dog

Beth’s approach builds skills that will help you:

  • Learn to ask yourself tough questions that get underneath habitual patterns
  • Track your experiences and follow what is happening – pleasant and unpleasant, comfortable and uncomfortable
  • Befriend the parts of yourself that create inner conflict
  • Trust yourself and follow your instincts
  • Use mindful awareness (pay attention on purpose) to observe rather than analyze and judge yourself, others and your experiences
  • Understand that the things happening in your life are feedback. Interpreting this feedback is critical for knowing how to proceed
  • Become more curious and willing to explore your life
  • Develop your ability to make choices that allow you to guide your life rather than feeling as though your life is being controlled by your circumstances

Forms for Download

Clients may download the following two forms. PC users, “right click” and “save target as”; Mac users, “ctrl click” and “save link as”. The files will download to your computer.

Client Intake Form

Disclosure Statement


“Beth’s skill and intuition combine to create openings — openings to hear and to ask tough questions which have held so many insights for me as a leader and a person.” – Rob K., Human Resources Executive “Beth offers practical approaches for dealing with challenging situations in my life through bringing my awareness to habitual […]

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