Meet Bethany Warren, LCSW, PMH-C

Certified in EMDR therapy and Perinatal Mental Health

Lic.# LCS22623

Hi! I'm Beth

I’m so glad you’re here. I have a passion for reproductive and perinatal mental health issues and have worked in this field for 25 years. I specialize in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, working with individuals experiencing birth or reproductive trauma, pregnancy loss and TFMR, infertility or facing adoption or surrogacy. It’s an honor to walk with you from conception planning through adjusting to your new parenthood roles and helping you build strong healthy attachments to your children. If you are grieving and/or adjusting to a currently unanticipated childfree life, I am honored to hold space for you as you explore this journey.  

Collaboratively we can work together. I love working with motivated clients who are open to change and growth. My work is guided from an attachment and mind-body perspective as well as a culturally-sensitive, trauma-informed and anti-racist lens. I strongly believe in the brain’s tendency towards resilience and it’s innate ability to heal itself with support. Therapy can help you create a sense of safety and nurturing within, whether you’ve lost that feeling along the way, or never had it to begin with. By empowering you with useful techniques and tools, you can become more resilient and healthy in interactions with others and your everyday life. Let’s help you work to heal and come back home to yourself.

A little about me...

I've written two books that I am so proud of: the Pregnancy and Postpartum Mood Workbook, that came out in 2021, and my 2nd book: Healing From Reproductive Trauma which came out in September, 2023. I’m super passionate about spreading awareness about Perinatal Mental Health, EMDR therapy and reproductive trauma. It’s a joy to talk about these topics at conferences, in the community, and to be a guest on podcasts and other media outlets. I am also an EMDRIA approved consultant and facilitator of EMDR trainings; supporting other therapists' learning is a great joy.

I have advanced training in EMDR therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP, a treatment for OCD), CBT and other evidenced based therapies, but am very focused on providing trauma-informed, and collaborative care where one size does not fit all.

 I’m active in the community, and served on the Postpartum Health Alliance Board and regularly volunteer for other community organizations supporting women’s mental health and accessibility of trauma treatment and trainings. Advocating for improved birth outcomes and accessibility to equitable and quality care for all is an ongoing value of mine.

When I’m not working, I’m all about being outdoors, spending time at both the beach and the mountains. I love to kayak, hike, and ski, and spend any time I can with my family, dogs, and friends.

You can follow me on Instagram at bethanywarrenlcsw


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