Beth Boldt, LCSW, PLLC
Licensed Clinical Therapist
I am honored to take the journey towards healing with my clients. Our therapeutic path is guided by a exploring a person's life experiences and their core values. Meeting the individual where they are, I believe that making change is most successful when we attend to the whole person: mind, body, and spirit. Therapy is a safe, non-judgmental place where we work together to pinpoint and reach a clients' desired goals. Building trust with my clients is essential to the therapeutic relationship so that a person feels validated and supported throughout the treatment process.
As licensed therapist for more than a decade, I have a passion for helping individuals with a wide variety of issues: Co-dependency; Marital Conflicts; Depression; Anxiety; Emotional Eating/Body Image; Attention-Deficit Disorder; Career Transitions; Bipolar Disorder; Women's Issues; Parenting Concerns; Inter-generational families; Caregiver Issues; Grief and Loss. I primarily work with college students, adults and couples.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (#C006355) and hold a Master of Social Work degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio. Although my private practice opened in 2012, I have been practicing in the field of Social Work since 1993. Throughout that time I have worked in various settings, such as: residential facilities, long-term care facilities, community mental health centers, non-profit family agencies and a medical hospital emergency department. My focus as alway been, and continues to be, helping individuals and families improve their functioning so that they can grow to their full potential and experience a meaningful and abundant life.