About Beth Ann


Beth Ann is a graduate of the Alfred Adler Graduate School where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Psychotherapy. She did her undergraduate work at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota obtaining a BA in Psychology and Social Work. Beth Ann also has a Master’s Degree in Women’s Studies from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities in New Brighton, Minnesota.

Beth Ann uses a unique innovative approach to therapy as she accompanies her clients on their journey to discovering congruency between their inner being and their outward behavior. Through the use of relational mutuality within a non-judgmental therapeutic process clients are assisted in finding this congruency and the confidence needed for discovering their own inner wisdom. Her “not good or bad, right or wrong, it just is” approach to life encourages clients to find alternative ways of looking at life’s problems and finding solutions.

Beth Ann has worked as a therapist and counselor for over three decades. Her experience includes individual and group therapy, couples and family therapy, group facilitation, leading workshops and teaching seminars. She loves the therapeutic process and watching the growth that takes place in the lives of her clients.