M.S. in process
Beth McDonald (she/her) is a graduate student at Regent University in the clinical and mental health counseling program. With a collaborative approach, Beth seeks to create a safe space for clients where they can explore and transform their stories. Working from an attachment theory lens, she provides strategic and practical support while simultaneously facilitating a deeper journey inward to get to the core issues. Beth integrates cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and solution-focused techniques with client-centered therapy. Some of her clinical interests include interpersonal issues, life transitions, anxiety, and depression, and she enjoys working with clients of all ages. In fact, before embarking on her current journey, Beth was a teacher and has experience teaching, tutoring, and mentoring children, adolescents, and adults in various settings. In her spare time, you can find her sipping a good cup of coffee with a friend, hiking a trail with her husband, devouring a novel, or simply enjoying time with her family.
- Anxiety, Depression, Life Transitions, Young Adults
$30 per session
Sliding Scale for Self Pay: Offered
Not paneled with insurance
1010 Dulaney Valley Road
Interested in therapy for yourself or a loved one? Please contact our intake team. Include your name, phone number, insurance, and a brief overview on why you are seeking counseling.