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    Beth Bowman, LPC

    Beth is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds a Master’s Degree in Guidance and Counseling from the University of West Georgia. She has over 33 years of clinical experience in a variety of settings including the inpatient hospital setting (State of GA), non-profits, crisis assessment and intervention and private practice. She has provided clinical and administrative supervision to clinicians as well as project management for crisis programs in both the public and private sector. Beth has worked with individuals throughout the life span, in addition to individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. She has a broad range of clinical experience in the following areas:

    • Depression
    • Anxiety disorders
    • Women’s Issues
    • LGBTQ Issues
    • PTSD
    • Prolonged Grief
    • Stress Management
    • Trauma and Abuse
    • Family and Relationship Issues
    • Self Esteem Issues
    • Boundaries, assertiveness

    Beth’s approach emphasizes the mutual development of goals and ongoing assessment of the therapeutic relationship. Beth is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Trauma Counseling and Crisis Intervention. Beth continually seeks opportunities to further develop her skills, specifically grief and trauma and is committed to an integrated, holistic approach to mental health. Beth’s work emphasizes self-compassion, building supports and the cultivation of resilience for a successful life experience.

    Beth is also a lifelong martial artist and includes work on body awareness and empowerment, nurturing intuition and the discovery and empowerment of one’s own voice. She has been a presenter at state and national conferences, as well as local workshops on the following:

    • Trauma Informed Care for Healthcare Providers
    • Self Defense for Safety and Healing
    • Boundary Setting (Setting Limits with Peers) for Middle and High School Girls
    • Recognizing Microaggressions
    • Bystander Intervention
    • Self-Compassion as Self Defense