Better Peace of Mind Counseling

Phone Number:
6424 E Greenway Parkway
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
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Beth Williams, LCSW

Services Offered

In Office Sessions
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People grieve for lots of things aside from an actual death. Sometimes the process of grieving or adapting to change can be overwhelming and exhausting. We are most especially challenged when things happen to us that we do not choose or are out of our control. Sometimes these circumstances lead to high anxiety, depression and coping choices that may hurt us. This is when we lose sight of who we are, where our strength lies, and may have a hard time just trying to live our daily lives. This is when we need some gentle, clear, skillful support and guidance.
My role is to work with you to identify what you can and cannot control, accept elements that you cannot change, identify your strengths and to use those to define your life moving forward. I have over 20 years of experience and an eclectic and integrative approach to provide practical and holistic solutions for you to live your best life.
I believe that focusing on people’s strengths and how they perceive their experiences is the key to supporting each person to grow and make positive changes. I provide a safe, supportive, non-judgemental and nurturing environment for learning and growth and I have a warm and comforting style and approach that will help you work toward where you want to be.



Beth Williams, MSW, LCSW, founder and therapist at BPMC, is an Arizona Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been an LCSW since 2001 holding licenses in the states of Maryland and New Jersey prior to moving to Arizona in 2015. Beth also received her Bachelor of Science in Communication from Boston University and her Master of Social Work from Barry University in Miami Shores, FL.

Beth has extensive experience working with teenagers, families, adults and older adults as well as having worked with diverse populations in supervised group homes, intensive outpatient settings and in home based service provision. She has proficient knowledge in the fields of emotional distress, trauma, grief and loss, crisis management, adolescent issues and aging adults.

Beth has worked in inpatient and outpatient settings as a clinical supervisor and field instructor supervising clinical teams throughout her career. She also has a community organizing and business background having worked in public relations and community outreach, events management and fund raising for over a decade on behalf of people living with issues including ALS, AIDS, cancer and TBI.

Beth also has a substantial background in medical social work assisting patients and their families as they go through major organ transplant and rehabilitation after illness or surgery. She was also a hospice social worker working with patients of all ages and their families through the end of life and in bereavement. Most recently she has been working with patients of all ages who are diagnosed with cancer as they go through treatment and survivorship.

Her counseling approach emphasizes best practice proven methods based on scientific models of human behavior. She believes that focusing on people’s strengths and how they perceive their experiences is the key to supporting each person to grow and make positive changes in their life.
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