Theresa  Beeton Author of Evaluating Organization Development
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Theresa Beeton

clinical social worker
Loudoun Family & Relationship Counseling

Ron Clark my co-author and I met at the very first Family Networker(Psychotherapy) conference. Ron Clark was presenting on a method of family therapy that included the use of the Family Life Space Drawing as a way to engage and assess clients in initial family treatment. We went on to work together and eventually marry always utilizing the Family Life Space Drawing in our work as family therapists and couples counselors. We are excited to share this assessment process.

Subjects: Family Studies

Biography

I am a life long social worker having worked at both the BSW, MSW and Phd level of social work practice. I have been an advocate of helping all families and relationships from the disadvantaged to the financially well off. Helping families and relationships became my career focus with the desire to aid societal change on a micro level improving families and relationship to create a better future. Families and relationships that function optimally have the potential to create long term societal change

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Couples Counseling
    Relationship and Family counseling
    Imago Relationship Therapy
    Imago Relationship Therapy Workshops

Personal Interests

    Choral Music, biking, reading , community service

Websites

Books

Featured Title
 Featured Title - Assessing Family Relationships - 1st Edition book cover

Articles

Brain Imaging and Behavior

Systems level spatial frequency EEG changes coincident with a 90 day cognitive behavioral therapy program for couples in relationship distress


Published: Oct 02, 2015 by Brain Imaging and Behavior
Authors: Don DuRousseau, Theresa A. Beeton
Subjects: Cognitive Neuroscience, Family Studies

A specific Imago relationship Therapy workshop and follow up groups sessions were evaluated before treatment mid point of treatment and after completing all the groups sessions over a 90 day period utilizing QEEG evaluations. The evaluations were compared for the three time periods. The study found that significant changes in neo cortical brain activity were noted at the final evaluation period.