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  • Beth Carter, LPCC

    What I’m passionate about…

    • Helping people of all ages find their way to emotional health and wellbeing.
    • Helping children and families develop close, nurturing bonds to achieve the warm, loving relationships they desire. 
    • Helping those touched by adoption understand its impact, and to help everyone involved find the family and the healing connections they want and deserve.

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    Hi! my name is Beth Carter, and I am a therapist at UpliftME Attachment-Based Therapy,  working with children, teens, adults and families. 

    While I have a soft spot in my heart for those touched by adoption, I do not work exclusively with adoption issues. I am dedicated to helping those from all walks of life find healthy attachments, emotional strength and loving connections. 

    As an adopted individual myself, I am deeply aware of the many challenges that adoptive families face, and work hard to support  adopted children and their families navigate their unique experience with love, confidence, and grace. 

    I have come to counseling as a career later in life, as I practiced dentistry for over thirty years. But, a lifelong interest in emotional wellness, the specific issues of  adoption, and a continued desire to serve others has driven me to pursue a second career instead of retirement.  

    I am a mom of two grown children, two grown stepchildren, and I am also a new grandmother. I have a deep love of the outdoors and can be found hiking  all over the mountains on any given day.  I am also an avid runner, skier, reader, and traveler, and cooking for my family and friends  brings me joy. 

    I graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Biology  and went on to dental school at the University of the Pacific in San Francisco. After years of practice,  I decided to go back to my alma mater, Northwestern, and earned my Master of Arts in Counseling. 

    As a therapist, I am person-centered, compassion-focused, and believe in the fundamental wellness and potential of all human beings. Trauma and attachment issues are fundamental to my understanding of each person’s experience, and these can be uniquely important to those who are touched by adoption. 

    I hope to assist any and all children, families, teens and adults who are struggling with emotional challenges to find strength, loving connections, and hope in their lives.  

    Trained in the Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP) 

    Trained Trust-Based Relational Interventions (TBRI) therapist 


    For more information about how Beth can support those who have experienced adoption click here