Elizabeth (Beth) earned her Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Portland State University and her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Walden University. Beth enjoys meeting her clients “where they are” and walking alongside them on their journey. To do this, Beth employs an integrated approach to counseling, engaging her clients in Interpersonal Therapy and offering Cognitive Behavioral Strategies and Solution Focused therapy to assist each client in an individual way. In addition, Beth is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional-I, registered thru the International Association of Trauma Professionals and will be engaging in EMDR training in the Fall of 2019.
Beth enjoys working with a diverse clientele of adults, teens, and children struggling with issues including, but not limited to: anxiety, grief, self-esteem issues, social skills, trauma, and eating disorders. She is open to individual and family sessions in a traditional counseling or Christian counseling based setting.
When she is not pursuing her passion of helping others, she enjoys spending time with her husband, sons and daughters-in-law. She also practices self-care by staying active and learning a variety of martial arts skills.