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Hi, I'm Beth...

"I believe my 10 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist (OT) and my Enneagram teacher training have prepared me to be a catalyst for growth. I look forward to encouraging you as you discover how to use the Enneagram to achieve positive change in your life.

 I am beyond grateful to have the opportunity to work with you and watch you bloom right where you're planted!"

I can't wait to learn more about you and what brought you here...

until then, here are 10 fun facts about me: 

  1. I am an Enneagram Type 1 but was mistyped as a 2 for a few years. Being mistyped and feeling misunderstood gave me a passion to help others feel understood and look inward to find their true selves!

  2. I love to learn--I have a constant stack of books next to my quiet time chair. Journaling, praying, and reading are non-negotiables if I'm going to start the day on the right foot! Not long after learning about the Enneagram, I dove in the deep end and couldn't wait to become a certified teacher!

  3. My faith is an incredibly important aspect of my personal growth journey, but I do not expect it to be part of yours in order to access my services--ALL are welcome here! If you are Christian and happen to have questions about whether the Enneagram is for you, click here for more info     

  4. I grew up in Indiana (Go Hoosiers!) but now live in Cincinnati with my husband and two kiddos.

  5. I'm number 57 of 63 grandchildren on one side of the family. When you grow up with such a big family, ​you're sort of never alone with your thoughts. Maybe that's why I enjoy quiet time so much now!

  6. My first jobs included detasseling corn, washing dishes, and car hopping at A&W. I wanted to be a professional beach volleyball player or a teacher when I "grew up".

  7. After one Psychology class, my career aspirations shifted. I have always loved studying people, so getting my degree in Psychology at DePauw University made complete sense.

  8. After DePauw, I moved to Columbus, Ohio to do research with children who had experienced stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI) at Nationwide Children's Hospital.

  9. Despite accepting the research job to build my Psychology resume, I ended up at The Ohio State University pursuing a Master's degree in in Occupational Therapy (OT) instead.

  10. I love working with children with autism, behavior, and sensory processing difficulties and worked at Cincinnati Children's for almost 10 years doing just that. During the school year, I still spend half my time as an OT seeing private clients and contracting at a private school.                                                                                                                                                                              

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