Bethany is a Licensed Professional Counselor that has a passion for working with people who have experienced trauma. She was previously the receptionist at Phoenix Arise and was also an office manager for Dr. Colin Ross’ Trauma Recovery Institute, both of which added to her experience and desire to work with those who have trauma-related and dissociative disorders. She now works for Trauma Recovery Institute conducting intake assessments for those who join the program. Bethany additionally has a certification in Trauma Model Therapy from the Colin A. Ross Institute for Psychological Trauma.
During her college practicum, Bethany did grief counseling through a hospice organization. She facilitated support groups for caregivers of elderly relatives and those who experienced the death of a loved one, as well as providing individual grief support. Bethany has experience in play therapy and loves working with children and adolescents. She also offers EMDR therapy.
Bethany approaches the counseling relationship with a mind open to the individual needs of each client she encounters. She believes in looking beyond symptoms to find the root cause of an issue and strives to make sure clients are not only heard but understood. She seeks to foster a nonjudgmental environment where clients are free to practice healthy self-expression and learn more effective ways to cope with the past, present, and future difficulties of life.
Bethany is currently available for session by appointment. She accepts clients ages 3 and up and can accept Aetna, United Healthcare, and Teamchoice insurance plans. Bethany also accepts private pay, and she is currently in the process of being credentialed with Tricare West and Baylor Scott and White and Firstcare commercial plans.
Bethany sees clients at our Central Lubbock location, located at 4601 66th St. STE E.
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