With an array of clinical skills acquired from working currently with homeless veterans with co-occurring mental health and substance use diagnosis, inpatient psychiatric and medical hospital units, and rural nonprofit settings, Ms. Beverly is capable of providing clinical support to individuals, in a group, and family counseling settings. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Northwestern State University, her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Stephen F. Austin State University, and is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Walden University, with a focus in Clinical Social Work.
Ms. Beverly utilizes a client-centered approach to ensure that supportive tools are utilized to assist clients in identifying their specific needs to become empowered within their day to day lives. She also utilizes a combination of CBT, ACT, and solution-focused approaches to address an array of client challenges related to PTSD, depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, and other mental health challenges.
As a veteran who has transitioned into the civilian sector, Ms. Beverly’s personal and professional experiences provide her with a unique set of skills to provide support to clients from multiple settings. Currently holding an Advanced Social Worker for Military members, veterans, and families credential has assured that Ms. Beverly has the advanced clinical skills to address family needs from the youngest age to the elder population. Having also worked in rural settings, Ms. Beverly is able to provide therapeutic and empathetic support to this underserved population. With the clinical skills acquired from school, work, volunteer, and personal settings, Ms. Beverly hopes to provide you with tools to achieve your goals.
Stephen F. Austin State University
Ms. Beverly earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Stephen F. Austin State University
Ms. Beverly is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Walden University, with a focus in Clinical Social Work
Northwestern State University
Ms. Beverly received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Northwestern State University
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