Beth Stanley, LPC,


Beth is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Clinical Supervisor.  She has worked for over twenty five years in counseling centers, churches and schools working with adolescents, women, marriages and families.   She received a degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, a Masters in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Masters of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Colorado Christian University.

As a former chaplain and counselor for hospice, the experiences of being near death have deeply influenced Beth’s approach to the sacred space of counseling.  She loves to create a safe place for clients to fully be known, respected and inspired.  Empowering clients to find understanding through the lens of the Enneagram, mindfulness and self-compassion through practices taught by Hillary McBride and Kristin Neff and true transformation by looking for the mystical opportunities life brings make up much of her work.  Beth’s areas of specialty include working with adolescents, women and men in areas of grief, anxiety, depression, co-dependency, life transitions, LGBTQ issues, the Enneagram and spiritual development.

In her spare time, Beth enjoys family and friends, yoga, cooking and reading, plus good conversations, chips, salsa and a margarita.  Beth’s husband of twenty years and their four young daughters enjoy trips to Big Bend, theater, horses and creating art and music wherever they can.