Beth brings 50 years of teaching, psychotherapy and study of neuroscience to designing learning experiences that rewire our brains for connection and co-regulation.
Working with PTSD, Beth realized that we all need what trauma clients need, a sense that we belong and we matter. It is a basic human necessity. As a result, she champions embodiment in relational space as the foundation of effective therapeutic relationships and healthy human interaction.
She puts new information from neuroscience to the test of embodied practice. Her background and education include Somatic Experiencing, Marriage and Family Therapy, Bodywork and Peer Counseling. Beth’s workshops teach participants how to tune in to their own nervous system and connect generously and appropriately with others.