As a PTSD specialist, Beth White has assisted trauma survivors in  their healing process for more  than a decade.  Her current clinical 
practice involves providing individual therapy with adults who have
 experienced  sexual  trauma,  interpersonal  violence,  accidents,
 combat,  exposure common to first responders, and other stressful life  events.  Beth  also  offers  group  therapy  focused  on  PTSD recovery themes and deep personal growth.
Prior to establishing her private clinical practice, Beth worked for several years as a full-time therapist on the PTSD Clinical Team at  the Central AR Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS).  While at  CAVHS, she coordinated and provided treatment in the Military Sexual Trauma (MST) Recovery Program, as well.
Beth is  clinically  trained  and  proficient  in  the  most proven treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (EMDR therapy, Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy),  anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges. 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 non-verbal  expression. She is pleased to be able to supplement talk 
therapies with mindfulness interventions, restorative yoga, and other complementary / alternative wellness approaches.

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 act-ivities.  Her personal wellness practices  also  include  journaling,  drumming, and meditation.  She's a patron of the arts and enjoys  art-making as well.  Beth is also one of the co-founders of RiverStone Wellness Center.

Beth White, LCSW, EMDR II
Clinical Social Worker, Trauma Specialist
Expressive Arts Therapist,  Co-Founder