Inspirit is a non-profit interfaith agency certified by the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC). Its professional therapists represent a diversity of mental health disciplines. They are able to offer a faith-based dimension to the traditional psychotherapy approach. For some this is a very important aspect of the healing process; others may not wish to involve faith issues. In either case, an Inspirit counselor is a very compassionate professional who views his or her role as a minister of healing, as well as a therapist.
Beth Heizer is the Inspirit counselor located at Second Presbyterian. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and a Certified Professional Counselor – Alcohol & Drugs (CPC-AD). Regarding her philosophy towards therapy, she says “As a psychotherapist and pastoral counselor, I believe in empowering adults to live full and satisfying lives through providing psychotherapy rooted in compassionate care that promotes long-lasting change. Working in a collaborative fashion, I help people change old coping patterns that cause their difficulties and help them develop new, more life-giving ways of dealing with themselves, relationships, and life.”
Contact Beth Heizer at 443-970-6890 or 800-427-4027 x181.