Beth has over 35 years of experience providing services to individuals and families as a social work professional. Over the years, she has worked intimately with people and families from all backgrounds at a homeless shelter, the Department of Social Services, as a psychotherapist, as well as an inpatient and outpatient case manager and ER evaluator at Carroll Hospital Center. Beth’s primary interest is providing psychotherapy to individuals, from the age of 18 and up and she has experience with a myriad of mental health issues and life challenges. These include mood and anxiety disorders, aging issues, the process of grief, parenting, job loss, relationships, separation and divorce, various forms of addiction, adjustment and transition issues, and spirituality.
Beth’s approach is direct and primarily person centered as well as cognitive behavioral in nature with the incorporation of spirituality when desired. Most importantly, she is generally empathic, caring, open and accepting as she joins with clients in partnership to overcome the challenges they are facing. Her own personal experience and growth adds credibility and compassion to her treatment approach.