Hoffman expands counseling practice

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By The Staff

Beth Hoffman, a mental health therapist for Pathways Counseling in Vandalia, is now providing counseling in Salem and Effingham.
Pathways Counseling, a ministry of Illinois Baptist Children’s Home and Family Services, provides clinical outpatient therapy grounded in Christian principles to children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families.
The Salem office is located in First Baptist Church at 721 W. Main St., and the Effingham office is located in First Baptist Church at 213 W. Fayette Ave. The Vandalia office is located in the Rehoboth Baptist Association office, which is just west of Ill. Route 185 on Airport Road.
Hoffman holds a master's of science degree in community counseling from Eastern Illinois University, and is a licensed clinical professional counselor. She has experience addressing depression; anxiety; post-traumatic stress disorder; issues surrounding sexual, physical and emotional abuse; marriage and the family; grief and loss; and adolescents' and children’s issues.
Pathways counseling utilizes a sliding fee scale, and accepts various insurance policies.
Her telephone number is 367-6352.