Yes! Beth is part of the LGBTQIA+ community and has had extensive training in all areas of those represented in this acronym as well as continues to learn everyday of new representations and descriptive identifiers that are emerging. She strives to serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, non-binary, pansexual, gender nonconforming, etc community in a way that is helpful, comfortable, and safe for those seeking mental health services. Please visit About Beth page to learn more about her intersectional personality identifiers.
Please contact Beth if cost is a factor and paying for therapy is keeping you from getting the help you need. She can work with you on ways to reduce the cost of therapy. Please email/text her at email@example.com or 817-677-0726 to discuss tailored ways to receive therapy at a cost you can afford.
Beth offers online telehealth services, bedside in-home services, and anywhere that the client may feel is comfortable to them to fulfill their mental health needs. Beth is a mobile therapist that serves the State of Texas, mainly in the DFW area. She lives in Fort Worth and can serve in the rural or city areas as needed. There is no physical office for Peace Lane Therapy.
Great question! Mental health therapy usually involves talking, experiencing activities to promote change in physical behavior, and possibly medication. At Peace Lane Therapy, Beth promotes comfort while also challenging behaviors/thoughts to encourage change and growth. Therapy is not an easy task to begin nor an easy road to travel. Beth is here to bring forth a comfortable and safe environment to explore those feelings, thoughts, and behaviors that cause you distress while to embark on the journey to healing.
Disclaimer: Peace Lane Therapy, and Beth, do NOT provide a medical diagnosis or any medications. Beth will work closely and collaboratively with a licensed medical professional (medical doctor or psychiatrist) to ensure your needs are met.
Getting started is safe and easy right from your phone or computer. Just click on one of the Book Appointment buttons to set an appointment or go to the contact page to email or text Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-677-0726. All communications are HIPAA compliant and encrypted for your safety. Please allow 24 hours for Beth to respond to your inquiry.
Another great question! A free consultation is approximately 15 minutes. In this time, you can ask me questions, work out costs and sessions, and discuss your main mental health concerns that are distressing you. It can also allow time for you to get to know me and see if I might be a good fit to be your therapist. Please contact Beth at email@example.com or 817-677-0726 to set up a consultation today.
At this time, Peace Lane cannot take insurance. Beth is an associate level therapist, and per the state guidelines, is not able to panel with insurance companies. Beth would be happy to send a superbill so that your insurance company may reimburse you for mental health services.
Yes! Beth is a trained marriage and family therapist. She is well-versed in all types of relationships such as adult child/parent, polyamory, same-sex parent, in-laws, etc. Navigating the LGBTQIA+ aspect of these complicated adult relationships can be challenging. Beth is here to help you sort out your feelings and be by your side as you work through changes in those relationships.
Yes! Beth is a trained marriage and family therapist. She is trained in couples therapy. However, her strengths are in the genre of issues relating to medical/mental diagnosis issues of one or more partner, end-of-life issues of one or more partner, chronic illness issues of one or more partner, etc. Please visit the Approach page to learn more about the areas of applied therapy services.
Beth's strengths are with helping adults through life transitions. Some of these life transitions may be associated with coming out for the first time, experiencing a transition in gender identity, exploring new and different intimate relationships, changing jobs/careers, empty nest issues, retirement issues, long-term relationship issues, chronic illness issues between partners, or a partner facing their end-of-life stage. This is not an exhaustive list. Contact Beth today to see if she may be able to help with your life transition issue.
Medical family therapy is where mental health therapeutic services and medical services team up to provide treatment, care, and a united effort to achieve comfort for patients experiencing a new diagnosis, comorbidity (more than one diagnosis), chronic illness, long-term illness, treatment, or care, and their families and caregivers. Beth is highly trained in helping adults navigate their journey with the feelings of anger, depression, anxiety, fear, sadness, loss, grief, and more when going through these difficult experiences.
Yes! Beth is licensed in the State of Texas in the United States to offer mental health services to individuals, couples, and families. She received her counseling degree from Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas.