Beth Pitchford graduated from the Adler Graduate School with her Master of Art, Psychology in 2014. She also holds a Bachelor of Science from Appalachian State University in Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology. She calls on her various experiences of the world (her core) to coach and provide support for others on their life journey.



Humans are social animals. As hard as it can be to interact with others, you can learn how to effectively interact while also learning to respect yourself and those who you interact with. Compassion and Empathy can be learned and, with practice, become a regular part of your life.

Disability ≠ Defective



Work through what is tripping you up. Learn how to Decode Your Brain for others and how to navigate the world.


toward your goals.

In addition to being a Life Coach and Mental Health Practitioner, Beth teaches Irish dance and has training in using movement to decipher life and to improve daily life. If you are interested in using movement or learning how body language coaching can help you move toward your Life Goals, consider integrating this into your coaching or therapy session.

The Autism Spectrum

Beth works extensively with individuals on the Autism Spectrum. With many people in her life on the Spectrum and having grown up working to Decipher the World herself, she connects with this community and has been successful in assisting people on the Spectrum in moving towards their goals.

Beth received specific mental health training with individuals on the Spectrum at the Autism Society of Minnesota where she currently works on the Mental Health Team, teaches classes, and is also one of the instructors for the ASD Certification class.

Beth presented her Master's Thesis which focused on Social Skills (Fellowship Skills) for people on the Spectrum with high abilities to the Adlerian Summer School (Clonmel, Ireland) in July of 2014. She continues to advocate for the use of intense and special interests as a learning pathway for the Autism community.