Please join us for a speaker followed by an open forum for questions, supportive conversation, and idea sharing.
This week's speaker will be Beth Brewer, an out-patient therapist who specializes in working with families with ASD.
Beth's bio is below, please come with any questions you may have!
"I have twenty fun and wonderful years of experience working with families, children, and adults. I have recently left my position as Clinical Director of Full Circle Mental Health Center to begin my private practice, Mend Counseling. I specialize in working with individuals diagnosed with autism. Recently, my practice has centered around providing intervention for children and adults with trauma histories and/or anxiety. I love working with children and adolescents, and also really enjoy working with mothers and fathers who may be struggling with mood changes following the birth of a child.
I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approaches including trauma focused CBT and methods that focus on anxiety reduction and social skills development. I have extensive training in behavioral approaches including Applied Behavior Analysis. I attended the Montana Supervisor's training and enjoy supervising Licensure track Social Workers.
I especially like working with people with complex needs. I love to play and engage with kids as well as to really connect with adults. I am an adjunct professor at the University of Montana and teach a course there on working with individuals and families."