Beth is knowledgeable of a wide range of resources that can be beneficial for persons who want to process a spiritual experience and/or explore their spirituality in general. She can also provide her clients a safe place to discuss their questions, concerns, and spiritual transformations. Beth encourages her clients to speak with clergy members and/or to consider spiritual counseling through a religious organization if that it is in the client’s belief system.
However, many people may not necessarily feel connected to a particular religion and may not feel comfortable discussing spiritual growth and challenges with a religious leader. There are a growing number of people in the United States who identify as “spiritual but not religious” who would like to have the option to comfortably discuss with their therapist how spirituality affects their quality of life, decision-making, and relationships.
Beth also can assist in the processing and integration of spiritual experiences, such as near-death experiences, after-death communications, death-bed visions, and shared-death experiences.