I am both a licensed psychotherapist and ordained clergyperson. Beginning in Boston, I was the director a family counseling agency for the Department of Mental Health before beginning private practice in the 90's. Blending psychology with spirituality, I was called to ordained ministry providing training in Healthy Boundaries for clergy in New England then across the country.
Hearing stories of trauma from adult survivors in houses of worship deepend my desire to integrate psychology and spirituality to offer healing to survivors and awareness to faith communities. This led me to Louisville Seminary where I completed my doctorate (DMin), in 2011.
Currently, I have a private practice in Louisville specializing in anxiety, grief, depression and the lingering effects of abuse in adulthood. I help people of diverse genders and faith traditions. Utilizing cognitive behavioral techniques alongside trauma informed practice, I believe that evidence-based research woven together with spirituality is transformative for healing.
Beverly Weinhold received the Help for Abused Women and Children in 2001 and served on the Survivor's Counsel of the KY Office of Attorney General (2017-2018). She has taught courses at Louisville Seminary in KY and Fuller Seminary in CA. Recently she received trauma informed training from the Boston Justice Resource Institute (2017), and awarded a certificate in Spiritual Direction from Centerquest School of Spiritual Direction (2018).
DMin (2011): Louisville Presbyterian Seminary, KY.
MDiv (2000): Andover Newton Theological Seminary, MA.
MEd (1976): Salem State University, MA.
BA (1973): Gordon College, MA.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor: 1991-present, 3692 MA.
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor: 2008-present, 1060 KY.
Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor: 1993-present, 32936.
Ordained Minister. United Church of Christ: 2001-present. Central Association. MA Conference.
Spiritual Director (2018): Centerquest, CA.
Stewards of Children (2017): Facilitator. Darkness 2 Light, GA.
Conflict Mediation (2010): Lombard Mennonite Peace Center, IL.
Intentional Interim Minister (2005): Interim Ministry Network, MD.
ABC News (2019): bills enabling a statewide clergy abuse investigation, Pete Madden; Sept 5.
Weinhold, B. (2004). Consider it, take counsel and speak up! Journal of Religion and Abuse (6)1: 31-35.
Weinhold, B. (2011, Oct). "Spotlight on domestic violence." CJ, p. A10.
Weinhold, B. (2011, Dec). "Systemic silences [Letter to the editor]." CJ, p. A10.