Beth is the Graduate Assistant for the MAGIC program. She grew up in Flint, MI and enjoys hiking, gardening and gaming--board games, video games, anything that leads to fun times with loved ones. She earned her bachelor's degree in Family Life at Concordia University, and spent 11 years in the field, working in youth programs, an abuse survivor's shelter, and on the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit at Mott Children's Hospital. Beth is a graduate student in EMU's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Her passion in the field is for trauma recovery, because she believes everyone is capable and deserving of joy, wholeness and healing, no matter how difficult their journey has been.
Beth and her partner just bought their first house in Ypsilanti, where they love to host back-yard bonfires and game nights with their friends.
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