Beth believes counseling is different for each person who is seeking help. For many it’s a personal journey, a way of learning more about ourselves or our relationships. Talking to a counselor can help one discover new ways to look at the past or it can help one discover new ways to envision the road ahead. Topics discussed may change according to current situations or needs. Counseling promotes hope, change and growth in one’s life.
She specializes in Women’s issues (Post-partum depression, infertility), Mood Disorders, Anxiety, Trauma, Grief/loss and Child/Adolescent/ Parenting issues.
Beth holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Malone University (1992)
When asked what she’s awesome at, Beth replied, “Listening, cooking and being a mom.”
“I’m an adoptive mom, Parrothead (Jimmy Buffett enthusiast) and Cleveland Browns fan. I love travelling and trying new recipes.“
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