Beth Hall, MA, LMHC has 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families in the field of mental health. She graduated with a Master’s of Arts in Community Mental Health and obtained her Mental Health license in 2006. Beth has significant experience working with adolescents/children who struggle with mood related disorders, including anxiety, depression, self-destructive behaviors, eating disorders, psychosis, and self-esteem. Beth began her career at St. Catherine’s Center for Children and La Salle School for Boys, and most recently spent the past 8 years working as a therapist on the adolescent inpatient unit at Four Winds Hospital.
Beth utilizes a person and family centered, cognitive behavioral approach to support individuals to move forward towards positive goals, growth and emotional wellbeing. She further supports families and individuals at becoming better communicators so that they can feel more confident and independent in their lives.
- Working with adolescents and their families
- trauma related disorders
- eating disorders/body image/self-esteem
- identity issues
- improving thinking
- communication and confidence in self