Beth coaches her clients using compassion, faith, hope, and belief. Respecting each client with unconditional positive regard, she collaborates to help them reconnect with their unique personal value and purpose. Beth partners with clients so they feel safe, heard, and understood. Using a mixture of CBT, Solution Focused, and other therapy models, Beth loves to discover new perspectives. She helps her clients gain unique insights that wake up their mind, heart, body, and spirit to a new, more empowered way of life.
Beth specializes in working with older teens and adults who have a desire for faith-based counseling, specific to the client’s preference. Her clients are inspired by her direct, collaborative approach. When Beth’s clients are revived in their identity and purpose, therapy is no longer needed, and their launch is celebrated! Satisfied, thriving clients have completed therapy with Beth and then enthusiastically share their results with family and friends.
If you are ready for some deep cleansing work of the mind, heart, and soul, Beth is excited to assist you in that work. Motivated clients from around the world have worked with Beth and are now living the life of freedom and abundance they desired.
If you are ready to rediscover the happiest, most successful you, Beth is ready to help. Therapy does not have to last a lifetime, but the benefits certainly can!
Beth received her Professional Counseling degree from Grand Canyon University after completing her undergraduate degree at Chadron State College. Beth believes her deep faith and Midwest roots help her to connect in a more compassionate way with her clients.
Beth’s Areas of Focus
- Low self-worth, self-doubt, self-loathing, and shame
- Anxiety and persistent worry
- Lack of fulfillment and purposelessness in life
- Marriage, relationship, and/or communication issues
- Depression, pervasive sadness, hopelessness
- Religious doubts, spiritual struggles, and loss of faith
- Attention and concentration issues
- Trauma and grief
Beth was born and raised in the Black Hills, and after marrying in 1986, she and her husband moved away to pursue work. They have recently returned to the area and plan to retire here. They have two grown children and two grandchildren and now share their empty nest with an energetic German Shepherd named Max.
To schedule an in-person (or teletherapy) appointment, please call Scovel Psychological at 605-721-8822.