Reproductive Psychotherapist

Beth Bishop, LCSW, PMH-C

Beth Bishop, LCSW, PMH-C

Life is both beautiful and difficult.

I am here to listen and assist you in identifying your strengths, areas where you need support, and places where you wish to make changes. Kindness and respect are key values for me as we collaborate towards your goals.

I believe in the importance of practicing self-compassion, caring for our bodies, engaging in mindful movement, and being mindful of our narratives. I have found ACT, CBT, somatic support for maintaining a healthy nervous system balance, Mindful Self-Compassion, and sandtray therapy to be effective and compassionate tools for guiding you toward your desired future. Together, we will determine which approaches are best suited to your needs.

My background includes providing support to thousands of families in a perinatal hospital setting. These clients have faced perinatal mood or thought disorders, traumatic births, reproductive challenges, pregnancy and infant losses, and medical complications, including NICU stays. They come from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, various ages, spiritual practices, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic levels.

Furthermore, I co-founded a council for racial and health equity in a local hospital, which spearheaded training, collaboration, and a focus on equitable excellence for both patients and staff.

Over decades, I have facilitated connection and growth plans for individuals, focusing on child development, identifying attachment and safety barriers, and mitigating trauma's impact.

I firmly believe in the preciousness of every individual and strive to support each person in thriving.

As for my personal life, I enjoy laughing and hiking, indulging in nature photography, and savoring good food. Yoga has been transformative for me, teaching me how to exist peacefully within my body. I have been a resident of Central Austin for decades, am married, and have two adult children.


Established Psychiatry Patients

Current established psychiatry patients can schedule their own appointments through charm.