Beth Fratantoni is a Behavioral Health Therapist for the Women's Program, a role in which she provides individual counseling as well as psychoeducation on topics related to substance use disorder and mental health and facilitates group therapy.
Working one-on-one with her patients gives her an in-depth understanding of their experiences, enabling her to use both expertise and compassion to help them understand the underlying issues that contribute to addiction and learn strategies to support their recovery.
Beth returned to Caron in 2021, having worked previously as a primary therapist at Caron from 2019 until 2020 and as an intern in 2018. She ran a partial hospitalization program at an outpatient treatment center from 2020 until 2021.
She has a Master of Arts degree in clinical mental health counseling from Immaculata University, Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Arts in marketing from Penn State University.