The following helping professionals are members of the Healing Trauma Network and have completed the Post Induction Training, Inner Child Intensive and Feelings Reduction Intensive or the equivalent and are actively using this model to aid clients to heal from relational trauma. Some members have also completed the Couples Boundary Training Workshop and are actively using the Couples Boundary work developed by Pia Mellody in their private practices.
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Therapists who offer PIT workshop intensives in their private practices or in ongoing groups
Therapists who offer workshop intensives in their private practices and allow other therapists to observe
Therapists who have completed the Couples Boundary Training and use it in private practice
Note to all readers: This professional directory can help you locate a PIT Practitioner. The Healing Trauma Network (“HTN”) neither endorses nor recommends the individuals listed on this website. The HTN cannot make assurances that the qualifications or services of any individual would be suitable for the needs of a particular individual. Users of this registry understand and agree that the Network is neither liable nor responsible for any actions of those using or choosing to list on this registry.
Beth Ratchford is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Western Seminary. She specializes in treating adults who have experienced childhood trauma. Beth has trained with Pia Mellody in the Post Induction Therapy model of treatment and uses it as the primary framework in her work with clients. She is also trained in the use of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for treating trauma and other difficult life experiences. Beth is an EAGALA certified mental health specialist and provides Equine Assisted Psychotherapy services. She is also a qualified practitioner of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and finds it a helpful lens to help clients get a sense of some of the hard-wired ways that they operate in the world.
Before entering private practice Beth owned a consulting business providing leadership development and team building experiences to businesses and non-profits. Prior to starting her consulting business Beth worked with older adults at a large continuing care retirement community. Beth also worked as a social worker in Seattle where she managed a transitional living program for homeless youth and their children.
Beth is a member of Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counselors and the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA).