Mary Beth George
Mary Beth George is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Gottman Therapist and Master Trainer and Consultant for the Gottman Institute. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from Penn State University. After working for several years as a Registered Dietitian, she recognized the need to augment those skills and pursued a Master of Education in Counseling from University of North Texas, graduating cum laude. She has over twenty-five years of clinical and management experience, as well as teaching and managing a graduate internship at Texas A&M University. She is co-owner of Couples Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates in Kingwood, TX.
As a clinician, Mary Beth’s passion is to aid couples in healing their relationships and spreading the Gottman message. She offers four modalities of Gottman Method™ Couples Therapy: Couples counseling, marathon therapy, The Art & Science of Love Weekend Workshops and premarital counseling. She has an interest in working with clients with LGBT concerns, Emotion Coaching skills for parents, women’s issues and couples affected by affairs. She also trains mental health clinicians in Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the Gottman Method, and serves as a consultant for therapists pursuing certification.
In both her career as a dietitian and therapist, Mary Beth has written and contributed to numerous articles in both professional and lay publications. She has been a featured speaker at local, state and national events. Media appearances include YouTube videos, local television news interviews, continuing education videos, and a segment on Prime Time Texas. Mary Beth’s has an engaging speaking style that infuses humor, warmth and personal stories.
Articles by Mary Beth George MEd, LPC
- Redbook, Could Your Weight Be Messing with Your Marriage? Redbook, January 26, 2015
- Six Steps to Sail Through Certification, Gottman Connections Newsletter, Gottman Connections Newsletter, June 2013
- Couples Counseling & Psychotherapy Associates Relationship Blog Couples Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates Blog, October 21, 2015
- The Kingwood Observer, Does Facebook Cause Relationship Issues? The Kingwood Observer, August 20, 2014
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