Beth Powell, LCSW

  • Social Worker and Psychotherapist
  • In-Family Services
  • Conroe, Texas (Greater Houston Area North)   
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Contact me for: Counseling for adults, children and families at her office in Conroe, Texas; workshops and lectures at your organization; designing and writing curricula and texts; consultations with your organization to help you meet other educational needs of your clientele and staff; supervision of human service and social work interns as well as social work externs (Texas LMSW’s seeking their LCSW) privately, or at your organization.

Beth Powell, LCSW, specializes in Trauma-Informed Care: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Complex PTSD, Developmental Trauma and Acute Stress.

Beth is a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist, certified academic educator, neuro-behavioral educator, program consultant, speaker, trainer, and mediator. She has helped families with special needs children for over 30 years. Her practice, In-Family Services, is located in Conroe, TX, just north of the greater Houston Metropolitan area.

Beth was a mental health consultant with Texas Head Start Programs for 15 years and was an assistant director with Houston’s Infant Programs, an Early Childhood Intervention Program for special needs children. She has provided consultation and/or training for schools and organizations in Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Mexico and Africa.

Beth is licensed in the state of Texas to evaluate and treat mental health issues with children, teens, adults and couples. She is a Texas CEU training provider and Texas social worker supervisor. She has created a unique time and cost-effective child-in-family approach that includes the child’s caregivers as part of the treatment team. She evaluates children in their family or in their school setting from a behavioral, neuro-behavioral, bio-chemical, social and academic perspective to create individualized programs to help them reach their full potential.

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