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    Beth Reeves | LCSW-C, Clinical Supervisor

    Not taking new clients

    Specializing in Teens and Young Adults

    • Adolescents and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • ASD co-occurring with Anxiety
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • High-performing students struggling with demands of school, extra-curricular, college applications
    • Adolescents struggling with self-harming behaviors
    • Mood Instability, Behavior issues, Trauma, Anxiety, Life transitions
    • Executive Functioning Coaching and Therapy

    Beth’s Therapy Style

    Beth utilizes EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) in conjunction with CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and mindfulness with her clients. She encourages clients to be an active part of the change process. Often clients show tremendous progress with Beth’s solution focused approach. In addition, Beth enjoys using a variety of mediums during her sessions including art, music, and journaling.

    Clients report feeling comfortable and accepted when working with Beth. She brings a connection to her adolescent clients and is able to build rapport with them through her warm, empathic, and non-judgmental approach. Many teens who were once resistant to therapy have shared they enjoy working with Beth and feel relaxed and understood during session. Beth has also worked with families to help navigate various conflicts between teens and their parents, in order to foster positive family relationships and strengthen caregiver bonds.

    About Beth 

    Beth Reeves is an LCSW-C licensed in Maryland, Texas & Florida, and a graduate from the University of Maryland School of Social Work. She has worked with adolescents and young adults in a variety of settings across private and public schools, community agencies and healthcare outpatient settings.

    In addition to The Woolf Center, Beth currently works as a Clinical Social Worker at TIRR Memorial Hermann (The Institute of Rehabilitation and Research) in Houston, Texas, working with individuals with acquired brain and spinal cord injuries. When Beth is not working, she enjoys a variety of interests focusing around art and fitness. She enjoys crochet, quilting, weightlifting, yoga, swimming, biking, as well as recreational flag football.

    Beth is available for 50 minute teletherapy sessions. You can reach Beth directly at [email protected] and 240-630-1431. You can also email [email protected] or 240-630-0393 to reach our main email and phone line.