Laura Beth DeHority is a therapist who specializes in working with caregivers and families who are touched by all forms of special needs. She works with individuals, couples, siblings, groups and multi-generational families to provide support in areas of family roles and communication, stress reduction, anxiety, depression, grief and addiction. Laura Beth has received advanced training and is pursuing certification in Brainspotting, a specialized and non-traditional treatment method for releasing trauma by working with a place in the body and in the brain where a trauma is held. For more information, go to www.brainspotting.pro.
She is a past Board Chair of Via Services, a private, independent non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities and special needs achieve greater self-sufficiency and lead richer lives. She also provides therapeutic support for SibsShops with Parents Helping Parents (PHP), facilitates a monthly parent support group at Shire House, and has served as a speaker at PHP, Help One Child and other community and faith-based caregiver support groups.