Beth has over 25 years of experience working with children, parents, teachers and care-givers. Her experience spans from center based care settings, university research sites to parents' homes.
She has been a facilitator for infant/child-parent mental health and trauma informed educational practices at the county, university and federal program level.
Beth earned her B.A. and M.A. in human development from Pacific Oaks College, concentrating on family studies and completed her post graduate studies as a fellow with the University of California, Davis in Infant-Parent Mental Health. Beth is endorsed as an Advanced Transdisciplinary Infant-Family and Mental Health Practitioner by the California Center for Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health. She is a Trainer of Early Brain Development with Zero to Three and a Coach and Mentor for HeartMath™ with the Resilient Educator program.
Beth is a lifelong student of early attachment and is passionate about helping individuals develop and re-develop relationships with themselves and their loved ones. Her approach draws on traditional as well as non-traditional methodologies which bridge past and present experiences and support the present moment where healthy attachment is built between parent and child.