Life’s challenges come in many forms and can feel overwhelming. Whether you are coping with the death of a loved one, pet loss, divorce or separation, job loss, illness or disability, infertility, stressful care giver trials or other challenges life throws in your path, you may experience difficult feelings of sadness, depression, anxiety, discouragement, loneliness, hopelessness or fear.
Beth Patterson specializes in the following services:
|GRIEF COUNSELING||TALKS, WORKSHOPS AND GROUPS|
|EMDR THERAPY||SUPPORT FOR MUSICIANS AND OTHER CREATIVE ARTISTS|
For a safe and non-judgmental environment to help you navigate life’s changes, visit Beth Patterson for quality psychotherapy and grief counseling. Beth is licensed as a psychotherapist in the State of Colorado.
Beth is now offering online therapy on VSee, a secure and private video platform. This is perfect for clients with busy schedules, who are housebound or with physical disabilities or desire an added degree of privacy, convenience and flexibility.
With Beth Patterson’s compassionate guidance as a psychotherapist and grief counselor offering online therapy, strength and peace can replace negative feelings and beliefs. You can transform grief and loss and other difficult feelings into healing and growth.
Beth Patterson offers a free half-hour phone consultation.
Beth was interviewed by Counseling Today Magazine for her expertise on coping with anxiety. Click here to read full article
Beth is honored to have been interviewed by Forbes Magazine as an expert in grief therapy on “post-election grief.” Click here to read full article
Beth is thrilled to announce the publication of her book Love Without Limit: Reflections of a Buddhist Psychotherapist. It is available through Amazon.com, Nook, iBooks and all other e-book outlets. This short book offers valuable advice on using mindfulness and other Buddhist practices to work with the challenges of life.
Beth Patterson appeared on NBC TV in Denver, to discuss the use of social media in connection with the tragic mass murder in Aurora.
Beth Patterson was interviewed by the Denver Post on how to help a child cope with the loss of a pet. Click here to read full article
Beth was interviewed by the Westword regarding her dynamic career path and passion for both psychotherapy and working with musicians. Click here to read full article
Beth was featured on a career Blog about reinventing herself in order to find her path to fulfilling her passions in her career.
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Beth was interviewed by Jaleh of Associated Content. Click here to read the full interview.
Call or email Beth Patterson at 303-817-8571 or firstname.lastname@example.org