Beth completed her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis at the Michigan School of Psychology. This unique combination of skills allows Beth to combine behavioral principals with humanistic psychology for an individualized, research-based treatment.
In practice, Beth works with children and adults on the autism spectrum, as well as ADHD, depression, anxiety, learning disorders, developmental disorders and co-occurring medical disorders. She focuses on skill acquisition and reduction of maladaptive behaviors and unwanted private events. Beth advocates for treatment of the primary affected individual, as well as the care givers who work to support that person.
At home, Beth has a dog, a cat and two children on the spectrum. Being the mom to her children has taught her to accept and respect the neurodiversity present in individuals and to focus on the many things that neurodivergent individuals can do, instead of what they cannot do.