SEC football fills her Saturdays in the Fall as she cheers on her Tigers, War Eagle!! A Nashville native, she enjoys spending time in Radnor and Percy Warner Park with her yellow lab, Leland.
Beth has Masters degrees in both Marriage and Family Therapy and Global Leadership.
Traveling, adventuring, running, doing yoga, taking my dog Leland to the park, DIY projects on my house, and cooking.
My first job during college was a camp counselor during the summer. Post college I taught elementary school Physical Education.
One-liners and dry humor really get me laughing.
Morning person as long as there is a cup of coffee nearby!
I value and honor the people that I get to sit with. It takes great courage to share your story with someone and being able to listen and help people gain more self and know their story is extremely humbling to me.
I think it’s important that the client can trust and connect with their therapist. Also, you need a therapist that will confront the things that they see need to change.
I believe that God created us to live from our hearts and I want to help people live the way that they were created to live.
I love the crisp air of November and the anticipation of Thanksgiving and Christmas that come with it.