Beth Loudon, Intern
Young Adults, Anxiety, Depression, Life Transitions, Personal Growth, and Meaning Making
Beth is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the College of William & Mary. She enjoys working with adolescents and young adults to help them navigate life challenges and transitions. Her work utilizes an integrative approach that emphasizes both creative meaning making as well as concrete behavioral change. Ultimately, she believes that therapy should be collaborative and respect the client as the expert in their own life.
Beth utilizes evidenced-based theories including Adlerian Theory, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Existential Therapy. In her free time she enjoys running, mountain biking, climbing, playing violin and romping in the mountains with her dog.
Private Pay Only: $40