Beth Shelton, LMSW, PD has been working with moms and families for over 4 years. She has served over 100 families in that time; moms and babies are pretty much her favorite things ever. Beth received her Masters Degree from the University of Tennessee College of Social Work in Memphis. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Southern Maine. Beth has completed Maternal Mental Health trainings with Postpartum Support International and the Postpartum Stress Center. Her therapeutic practices focus on the needs of moms during the stressful years of pregnancy, newborns, infancy and toddlerhood. Beth supports moms that confront symptoms of Perinatal Mood Disorders. Additionally, she offers counseling to moms: grieving the loss of an infant or pregnancy, struggling with a transition to life with a new baby, dealing with relationship issues, or confronting the feelings of isolation and loneliness that can accompany new motherhood. Beth believes that supporting a mom to be her best self makes the entire family stronger.
In addition to serving moms, Beth is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Memphis Department of Social Work. She also creates and periodically sells stained glass art and various tie-dyed goodies. Beth is a mother of two brilliant, fantastic, and exhausting children. She has two dogs, is a terrible gardener and is looking forward to bringing home new chickens this spring.