OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Beth has had a long-standing interest in human development, pursued through the arts, education, psychology, health and wellness, and spirituality. She studied French language and literature, studio art, and psychology prior to getting her Master of Occupational Therapy. Her work history includes teaching English conversation to French students, assisting in a special education classroom, supporting adults with vocational rehab and dual diagnosis recovery, and working with families and children with developmental delays.
In addition to work and formal education, Beth has explored various mind-body-spirit practices, including martial arts, yoga, reiki, meditation, and mindfulness. She is a craniosacral therapist, a registered yoga teacher (RYT-200), and a student of Ayurveda. She has experienced the inter-relatedness of mind, body, and spirit through her own practice and her service to others.
She believes in the value of addressing all of them for optimum wellness. Integration is a guiding principle for Beth, with endless applications, from integrating sensory information to integrating the impact of an illness or disability into a valued lifestyle.