Beth M. Seidel, Psy.D.
Dr. Beth Seidel has been working in the mental health field since 1985. She is a partner at the Behavioral Institute, a licensed psychologist, and an active member of the Georgia Psychological Association. She is married with two children.
Dr. Seidel provides individual and family assessment and therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. She has a specialization in working with girls in middle school and high school as well as with women's issues. For children and adolescents, Dr. Seidel provides psychological and psychoeducational evaluations, parent training and education, individual therapy, family therapy, and school observations and consultations. In regards to women's issues, Dr. Seidel provides individual assessments and therapy related to anxiety/depression, postpartum depression, and overall everyday stressors of juggling family and/or work.
She can be contacted directly through office voice mail at (404) 256-9325, extension 728 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Seidel also provides presentations, which includes such topics as:
- Intelligence Tests: How to Interpret the Results
- Strategies and Techniques in Helping Children with ADHD
- "Your Child's Social Life: Friendships, Cliques and Popularity
Read Dr. Seidel's information page on Depression and Bipolar Disorders by going to our services page or clicking here.