About Beth Burcham
Beth Burcham is a Licensed Psychotherapist who has been working in Boulder, Colorado since 1997. She earned her Masters Degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from the Naropa University.
Since she was a child, Beth’s life has been about personal transformation and growth. Today, that path manifests itself in her daily meditation and yoga practices, as well as her passion for dance. Beth was drawn to psychology by her desire to help people and the belief that connecting with one’s inner life is the key to self-acceptance, happiness, health, stability, and a sense of fulfillment.
Therapy with Beth is an intimate, inquisitive process that focuses on changing old patterns of stress and discomfort by shining a light on the stuck places in people’s lives that are often hiding in the shadows.
Beth’s goal is to make the challenging process of change easier and more effective. She loves creating the therapeutic space for people to transform the patterns that are no longer working for them into catalysts for peace and contentment. To do this, Beth wears many hats:
- Life coach
- Spiritual counselor
- Transformation facilitator
- Personal growth advocate
She is an interactive therapist who gently guides her clients with questions, insights, and reflections.
In addition to Beth’s deep understanding of why people behave in ways that habitually fail to bring them joy, health, prosperity, or a sense of harmony, she brings a long list of therapeutic tools to sessions with individuals, couples, families, and small groups:
- Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
- Transpersonal Psychotherapy
- Buddhist Psychology
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
- Existential Therapy
- Gestalt Therapy
- Psychodynamic Therapy
Therapy with Beth helps people regain a connection with themselves and others, build a sense of intimacy and contentment, revitalize their health, and deepen their sense of what is sacred and the meaningful.
The progress Beth made with me is truly amazing. There were a lot of people who thought I would never change. It didn’t come easy. It took time and effort from both Beth and I. She helped me find the desire to work for change. I’ve been told my whole life that you can’t force someone to change. But I think you can teach them to want it. … Read Paul’s story
As a single mom, Beth understands first-hand the family, parenting, and divorce issues that arise in intimate relationships. She brings this wealth of personal and professional experience when working with clients.
Bottom line, Beth helps people gain a sense of hope, ease, and a feeling of belonging.