Beth Kincaid, MEd, LPC, NCC-Professional Disclosure Statement
Beth Kincaid has an M.Ed. in Guidance and Counseling and is both a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has served as a case manager for the Guilford County Willie M. Program and as a counselor at Guilford College. She has conducted workshops for Cigna and other organizations on numerous topics, including stress management, assertiveness, and smoking cessation. A member of the The Center since 1986, Beth specializes in work with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples.  Some of her special interests include:  Women’s issues, eating disorders, conduct disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, life coaching, parenting and relationship skills training, depression, anxiety, grief/loss, dependency; sexual and physical abuse, and ADHD.  She takes a humanistic approach to therapy through a variety of approaches and techniques—assuming that all people can change and grow and take responsibility for their present decisions and actions despite difficulties they have faced in the past. In dealing with children, she uses play therapy, providing children a safe outlet to discuss and/or work out their feelings through play. In treating school-related problems, she offers pragmatic strategies to help students focus—strategies such as students’ predicting and recording how many times a teacher will say a specific word, or students’ imagining themselves living in the time period the class is studying. Beth says that her goal is to help her clients—children or adult—learn mindfulness, to help them figure out what they are feeling, what they truly want, and how best to get what they want. What therapy can ultimately offer, she says—if the client is willing to work—is “peace with oneself and faith in one’s ability to cope with the stresses in life.”

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