masters in clinical psychology
licensed professional counselor
Beth Flinn received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas A&M University, and her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston-Clear Lake.
Beth served as a House Parent at LifeHouse of Houston, a Christian Maternity home, in the early 90’s. In this position, she helped many young women dealing with crisis pregnancies and other social and family issues. Her experiences at LifeHouse led Beth to return to graduate school to become a psychotherapist after being a stay-at-home mom and community volunteer.
Beth enjoys working with individual adults of all ages, as well as teens and couples, and her areas of interest include relationships, parenting, life-transition, and women’s issues, as well as issues relating to self-esteem, intimacy, depression, anxiety and grief.
Beth and her oldest son, Max, have collaborated to form Day One Interventions, a mother and son intervention team dedicated to helping families affected by addiction, eating disorders and other mental illnesses. In this capacity, they educate and guide families and groups through the process of lovingly but firmly leading their loved ones into appropriate treatment. Beth and Max know all too well the devastating effects that addiction and mental illness can have on families. Max battled drug and alcohol addiction in his late teens and early 20’s, and now, 6 years sober, he is passionate about helping others achieve sobriety, health and wholeness.
Beth is the mother of three adult children, and enjoys reading, cooking, decorating, entertaining, traveling, spending time with friends and family, and seeing quirky Indie films.