Josh Beeler, LPC

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Specializations

  • Children: Divorce/Separation, Relational/Behavioral, School/ADHD, Trauma

  • Teens: Relational/ Behavioral, Transitions, Faith

  • Adult Individual Issues: Anxiety, Depression, Life Transitions, Relational, Trauma

  • Families

Josh Beeler is a licensed professional counselor and nationally certified counselor with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Tennessee. Josh was born and raised in the Florida Keys and moved to Tennessee in 1997 to attend Bryan College. At Bryan he received his Bachelor of Science in psychology. After graduating from Bryan, Josh was led to Wears Valley Ranch, a Christian home and school for children from difficult home situations not of their own making. Josh served as a mentor, therapeutic recreation director, and assisted with group counseling for the children and teens that lived there. During his time at Wears Valley Ranch, Josh met his wife Julie. Josh and Julie will celebrate 15 years of marriage in 2017. They adopted their Ethiopian daughter Maya in 2008 and miraculously brought their preemie son, who was born at 1lb 12oz, home from the hospital after 3 and ½ months in the UT NICU on his due date in early 2012.

Josh has grown through his personal and professional experiences and desires to help others who are in need of help or desire growth. Josh has counseled in private practice and in medical clinic settings since 2006. In the past ten years he has worked with a variety of clients including children using play therapy, young married couples, and individuals struggling with substance abuse. Josh has joined Ebenezer Counseling Services in order to use his training and experience to help those who are struggling to experience growth and healing. Josh’s

priority in counseling is to honor God in the way that he listens to and interacts with his client’s. His goal is to engage his client’s in such a way that clients feel safe to work through whatever they are experiencing without the crippling fear of judgment.