As a Behavioral Health Therapist in the Men’s Program, Beth Davis provides individual and group therapy, family therapy, and psycho-education. She offers her patients a safe, trusting environment that enables them to be honest and forthcoming about their struggles.
Using a calm, attentive therapeutic presence and incorporating elements of cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy, Beth guides patients to a place from which they can build a healthy life in recovery.
She began her journey at Caron in 2012 and since then has completed her undergraduate internship and graduate-level practicum in her professional development. She moved into her current position in 2020 after working as a counselor assistant and admission specialist. These roles have given her a comprehensive understanding of Caron as well as insight into the patient experience.
Beth has a Master of Arts in counseling from Alvernia University and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Millersville University.
At Caron, we emphasize the better life that recovery offers and guide patients to a place where they are ready to begin their recovery journey. Using a humanistic, patient-centered approach gives patients a space in which they can express themselves without judgment.”