About My Clients
I work with adults navigating trauma, anxiety, identity exploration, career development, and life transitions. I give you permission to redirect your focus inward and to get curious about who you are, what moves you, and what feels right for you. Your journey can shift as you go, and sometimes it can be difficult to grant yourself the space, flexibility, and caring attention you need to connect with your honest needs, values, hopes, and motivations.
My Background and Approach
I take a trauma-informed and and body-centered approach, promoting insight, mindfulness, sensation awareness, self-resourcing, and movement, when appropriate. I believe this mind-body connection can help ground us both into the present moment to get the most out of our relationship. My integrated theoretical approach enables me to nurture acceptance and self-understanding while collaborating to create more helpful coping skills, patterns, and narratives. I strive to cultivate trust and safety, encouraging open expression and self-advocacy. I will be your advocate, as well. Learn more about my background and approach here: https://peoplepsych.com/beth-berta/
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
I believe that our experiences inform who we are in the most surprising ways, and I continue to be amazed by the creativity and resourcefulness of living things. I see value in taking pause, zooming out, and granting our past, present, and future selves forgiveness, understanding, and empathy. I recognize the eclectic nature of the human experience and enjoy helping people identify their unique competencies and points-of-view. I am passionate about dance and movement. Viewing human behavior through an embodied lens has highlighted the notable sociocultural and interpersonal impacts of art, creativity, and movement on communities and individuals.