Beverly Berg, MFT, PhD
Beverly Berg, MFT, PhD, has worked with children and adults in a psychotherapy practice since 1982, and has been active in the field of chemical dependency as a marriage, family, and child therapist since. Her work is founded on the integration of psychological, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. Dr. Berg has studied and practiced meditation, holistic treatment methods, and twelve-step programs for over thirty years. Her specialty is somatic psychology, which focuses on the complex relationship between mind and body.
Much of Dr. Berg's life has been devoted to the study and practice of different schools of Buddhist meditation and the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon. She uses long-term and short-term therapy modalities: psychodynamic, systemic, strategic, cognitive behavioral, EMDR, and indirect Eriksonian hypnosis. Currently, Dr. Berg has a full caseload, runs a weekly psychotherapy process group, supervises and educates MFT interns, and presents at addiction conferences across the country year-round. She runs a year-round workshop, Conscious Couples Recovery, to rehab institutions as an adjunct therapy for aftercare treatment for clients transitioning out of rehab and into everyday living, as well as for the recovering couple that have sober time under their belts.
In addition to being a professional in the mental health field, Dr. Berg is a mother and a wife.