Beth has assisted trauma survivors in their healing process for more than a decade.  In her professional career, she has worked with adult and adolescent trauma survivors in individual, family, and group therapy.  Beth is proud to have worked for several years as a full time clinician on the PTSD Clinical Team at the Central AR Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS).  While at CAVHS, she also served as the Coordinator of the Military Sexual Trauma Recovery Program, developing the largest outpatient Military Sexual Trauma recovery program in the nation.
Beth's current clinical practice includes providing therapy with survivors of sexual trauma, interpersonal violence, accidents, combat, natural disasters, chronic health issues, and other stressful experiences.   
She  is  clinically  trained  and  proficient  in  the  most proven treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (EMDR, Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy),  eating disorders (CBT-e),  and a variety of other diagnoses. Beth is also an Expressive Arts Therapist; promoting the use of creative expression (visual arts, creative writing, dance, music, and dramatic expression) with clients who are open to more nonverbal expression.  Beth supplements talk therapies with mindfulness-based stress reduction and other complementary / alternative wellness approaches, as well.

Beth  maintains  an  evidence-based  and  humanistic perspective, believing in the inherent potential for growth and healing in each of us.  She is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment in therapy, so that clients may feel secure in taking steps to reclaim or enrich their lives.
Beth's special interests include the mind-body connection,
the healing  impact  of  nature,  post-traumatic  growth, therapeutic artistic expression, mindfulness, and gender issues.  Beth enjoys being with her family and spending time in nature.  Hiking, camping, and photography top her list of favorite outdoor activities.  Her personal wellness practices  also  include  journaling,  drumming,  and meditation.  She is a patron of the arts and enjoys  art-making as well.  Beth is currently a full-time clinician and co-founder  of  RiverStone  Wellness  Center.

Beth White, LCSW, EMDR II
Clinical Social Worker and Co-Founder