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Counseling Center

Division of Student Affairs

Beth Evelyn Barber, L.M.S.W., C.H.T.

Beth Evelyn Barber, L.M.S.W., C.H.T.

Beth Evelyn Barber, L.M.S.W., C.H.T.

Licensed Master Social Work, Certified Hakomi Therapist

Beth Evelyn’s therapeutic approach is an integrated blend of her extensive training in clinical social work, the Internal Family Systems model, and the Hakomi Method. The Hakomi Method is a mindfulness-based, mind-body dialogue process, which offers a unique path to self-discovery and self-acceptance.
Beth Evelyn utilizes the transformative power of mindful awareness and the use of body centered approaches to assist students to bring about deep healing and liberation from suffering, pain, shame, confusion, doubt and self-judgment. She provides a welcoming and safe environment for all students to explore their struggles, find their resources, resolve their concerns, and develop a deeper relationship with themselves and others. She welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with students to sort through the complex challenges and issues they face so they can live a more vibrant and meaningful life.

Beth Evelyn’s professional interest includes working with individuals who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, transgender, gender queer/variant, and questioning. Other areas of interest include trauma resolution, anxiety and stress management, and family of origin issues.

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