LPC-S
Counseling Psychology
Location: Austin, TX, United States
School: UCA
Major: Counseling Psychology

LPC-S

Beth F. Jewell, MS, LPC-S

Education:

1/2015 Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor Training, #16089 Austin, Texas
1/2009 Highly Qualified Special Education Certification, Texas Education Agency
2001 - 2004 Play/Activity Therapy Training University of North Texas, Denton,Texas
1997 – 2013 Licensed Psychological Associate, Texas # 16840, Fort Worth, Texas
1985- 1989 M.S. Clinical/Counseling Psychology University of Central Arkansas
1981 - 1985 B.A. Psychology/Management University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Employment:

2/08 - present Private practice
Individual and group psychotherapy addressing Traumatic Brain Injury, disability, depression, anxiety, anger management, divorce, parenting skills, grief and loss, substance abuse, as well as trauma-informed sessions. Contracts have included: Mauney & Associates, Tarrant Community Outreach, Deer Oaks EAP, Depelchin Children’s Center, Department of Family and Protective Services, and Williamson County Head Start.

2/11 – present PRN Therapist, Hill Country Community Mental Health Center
Individual and group psychotherapy with chronic mentally ill outpatient adults and a partial hospitalization program of adults. Consultation with a multidisciplinary treatment team and perform electronic medical reporting/documentation.

2/16 – present PRN Therapist, Austin Lakes Hospital
Group psychotherapy with out-patient clients including trauma-focused therapy and dual diagnosis therapy. Facilitate a partial hospitalization program for chronic mentally ill patients. Perform client psychosocial and behavioral assessment and consultation with multi-disciplinary treatment team

2/11 – 6/16 Substitute Teacher K - 12, Lake Travis ISD, Austin ISD
Provide facilitation and assistance to students as needed. Provide supervision and behavioral management of students through daily school activity.

11/04 - 2/08 Contract Adolescent and Child Therapist, Open Arms, Inc., Fort Worth
Psychotherapy and educational sessions with adolescents and children from homes with domestic violence and trauma including family, individual, group and play therapy; and consultation with multidisciplinary team.

11/04- 12/05 Clinical Supervision, Tarrant Community Outreach, Fort Worth, Texas
Clinical supervision of Licensed Professional Counselor interns and a federal probation program for substance abuse, individual alcohol/drug counseling, and consultation with interdisciplinary team

1/96-11/04 Psychologist/Counselor, MHMR of Tarrant County, Texas
Clinical supervision of assessments including intellectual and behavioral assessments in community, home, and school, monitor psychopharmacological treatment and behavior management, provide psychotherapy, and consultation with interdisciplinary team

Pro Bono Experience:

September 2015 to present LPC-Intern Supervision, Capital Area Counseling, Austin, Texas
Provide supervision to LPC-Intern at Capital Area Counseling

June 2015 to April 2016 Group Facilitator, Partners in Parenting, Austin, Texas
Facilitate parent groups to support families in meeting the challenges of parenting based on the five Protective Factors to strengthen families. Groups meet weekly for 12 weeks.

September 2014 to May 2015 Facilitator, Divorcecare, Divorcecare for Kids, Austin, Texas
Facilitate faith- based therapeutic and educational support groups for children and adult survivors of divorce. Groups meet weekly for 13 weeks.

April 2012 to 2015 Critical Incident Stress Manager, Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN)
Provide short term triage, emotional support and assistance to families affected by disaster.

October 2002 to 2004 Group Facilitator, Tarrant County Sibshop, Fort Worth, Texas
Facilitate sibling support groups for families of children with physical, developmental and/or mental
disabilities

LPC-S