Beth Gnuse

Collaborative Divorce Alliance of Greater New Orleans L.L.C.

9700 River Road
New Orleans, Louisiana 70131
United States
Office Phone: 504-433-3188
Member since 2004
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional

Beth Gnuse is a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor, who has maintained a private counseling practice in the New Orleans area since 1988. Her work with adolescents and adults as individuals, couples, families, and groups includes experience with marriage and relationship counseling, domestic violence, life transition, schools, disaster recovery, and crisis intervention. As a trained Collaborative Divorce Coach, Beth is active in the Collaborative Divorce Alliance of Greater New Orleans. She finds the collaborative model an exciting process which respects the free will and decision-making power of the clients, while offering the expertise of a team of skilled professionals.

Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach, Mediation, Other
License(s): Licensed Professional Counselor ~ ~National Certified Counselor ~ ~Louisiana Qualified Mediator

Professional Activities

Member Collaborative Divorce Alliance of Greater New Orleans ~ ~ ~Member American Counseling Association ~ ~Member Louisiana Counseling Association ~ ~Member Louisiana Association of Marriage and Family Counselors ~ ~Enjoy regular participation in the lectures, workshops and trainings offered in my area.

Undergraduate Education

1981 - B.A. in Religious Studies from Loyola University in New Orleans.

Postgraduate Education

1985 - M.S. in Counseling from Loyola University in New Orleans.

Received Outstanding Graduate Student award, Member of Counseling honor society Chi Sigma Iota.

Comments

With over 25 years in a counseling private practice, I find the collaborative model an effective and positive approach to the divorce process. This alternative respects the free will and decision-making power of the clients, while offering the expertise of a team of skilled professionals. With it's emphasis on problem solving skills and effective communication, the family has a true possibility of moving forward in their new structure with minimal damage and the potential for future cooperation. I have seen benefits to families that could not have taken place through traditional litigation, and I am very pleased to be a part of the new possibilities that Collaborative Dirvore offers to today's families.