Beth Bremer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Mindfulness Tools Teacher in the Pacific Heights Neighborhood. She works with clients that are committed to their psychological and spiritual growth. Many of Beth’s clients come in navigating life transitions, have received challenging health news themselves or for that of a loved one, have experienced loss, or are seeking deeper meaning in their lives. Beth is particularly passionate about serving those on a psychological/spiritual path, seeking companionship on this journey, or simply a place to explore their inner questions. They also have advanced training in the area of Integrative Therapy, which includes the body, mind and spirit, as well as meditative/contemplative practices.
Beth style is very warm and relational. She uses Mindfulness, Jungian, Psychodynamic, and Transpersonal approaches, to help clients explore their own inner lives, relational patterning and motivations with compassion, cultivating greater perspective, and a deeper understanding of themselves. Beth draws on the immense resources of the body -- it's rich wisdom to support the cultivation of mindful presence, internal resource, gentle self-inquiry/guidance and embodiment, which allows not only tools for the journey, but also more clarity, and authentic expression. She is only seeing clients remotely at this time, and will schedule a free 15 minute consultation by phone/video to answer any questions that you might have to see if it feels a "fit" to schedule a session.
Beth received their degree from the California Institute of Integral Studies, with a focus in Somatic (Body-Oriented) Psychology. She gained experience in private practice for twenty years, and at California Pacific Medical Center, where she supervises Psychotherapy Interns. Outside of work, she loves to walk/hike, travel, film and practice yoga/meditation.
Caregiver stress & support - Coping with anxiety, stress, fatigue, and burnout related to caring for a loved one; balancing the needs of others with one's own needs and health
Life transitions - Coping with difficult or impactful life changes, such as moving to a new area, relationship transitions, child rearing, or career changes; learning self-care to better manage resulting stress
Medical professionals' mental health - Support navigating work-related expectations and stress; addressing issues of burnout, hierarchical pressures, and vicarious trauma
Spirituality & religion - Exploring beliefs and practices related to meaning, existence, and spiritual health and healing; enjoying a deeper felt connection with the spiritual dimension of one's life
Stress management - Strengthening effective ways of coping with the stress of life and change; managing expectations of self and others
Somatic Psychotherapy - Bringing the deep wisdom of the body into the psychological work, which allows one to know more deeply what is true.
Beth Bremer is not in-network with any insurances.
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Years of Experience: 21 years
Self-Employed, Integrative Psychotherapist, 2003 - Present
California Pacific Medical Center, Supervisor, 2007 - Present
The Oasis Institute, Mindfulness Tools Teacher, 2014
The California Institute of Integral Studies, Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialty in Somatics, 2001