Beth joined Meier Clinics in 2006 and works with adolescents, adults, and older adults regarding a wide range of clinical needs. She is especially interested in helping clients with relational issues and parents of special needs children. Previously, Beth worked at a community counseling center in Warrenville, IL for five years and worked at a church-affiliated counseling center for three years in Louisville, KY.
“I have done my own soul work and I truly believe anyone who does will have a much richer, joyful and peaceful life. There is beauty all around us but this is often missed when a person is just trying to keep their head above water. Life can be so much more meaningful and fuller.”
Beth describes her therapy style as psychodynamic and interpersonal, and she has additional experience working with the following treatment areas:
Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Codependency, Conflict-Resolution, Depression, Grief, Identity, Loneliness, Marital Concerns, Parenting, Personality Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Relationships, Same-Sex Attraction, Self-Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Spiritual Issues, and Trust
Beth attained her Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Kentucky in 1993 and her Masters of Counseling Psychology from Trinity International University in 1996. She has been licensed as a Professional Counselor since 1997. Beth is a member of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies and is co-president of the Association of Parents and Staff board with the Northshore Special Education District.
Beth has led sexual abuse survivors groups and a group for parents of special needs children. She has two sons and has been married since 1991. Beth and Ellie, her certified therapy dog, enjoy encouraging residents at local facilities.
Beth offers reduced fees to clients who meet the financial guidelines.