Reality Check Fact #2

Over 50% of PSU students report having 4 or fewer drinks each week, if they drink at all.

Fact taken from 2015 NH Higher Education on line Alcohol and Drug Survey at PSU.

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Beth Shehadi

 

Credentials:

  • MSW – Masters in Social Work from the University of Connecticut, 1987
  • BA in Psychology from Albright College, Reading, PA, 1973
  • ACSW – Academy of Certified Social Workers
  • LICSW – New Hampshire Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Biography:

Beth joined the Counseling and Human Relations Center part-time in Fall 2004 and became a full-time counselor in 2007.  She also has taught as an adjunct faculty in the PSU Social Work Department.  Before coming to PSU, Beth worked both in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric settings in both clinical and administrative positions with children, teenage and adult populations.

Counseling Approach and Areas of Specialization:

She enjoys the privilege of working with students who are seeking personal growth and understanding.  She works with multiple issues including relationship issues, disordered eating and eating disorders, anxiety and emotional distress, through cultivating a mindful approach to living, as well as using cognitive behavioral strategies.

Interests:

When not on campus, you can find Beth swimming, running or biking training for a triathlon.  Or you might find her singing in the church choir.