Beth D. Danehy, MA, MS MFT, CEAP
Beth Danehy, Director, holds Master’s Degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Conflict Engagement & Analysis. She is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional with more than 16 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families. Areas of expertise include family/relationship counseling, conflict coaching/mediation as well as grief and loss. Beth has facilitated numerous workshops and provided training locally and nationally on communication, conflict theory and transformation. Beth joined EAP in May 2012. She serves on the Advisory Board of ACT for the Children (Assisting Children through Transition), a parent education program for parents living apart.