At Bethel Ridge we believe in a holistic approach to therapy, addressing our client's needs.
At Bethel Ridge Family Resources our client's privacy is our top priority
It is the policy of Bethel Ridge Family Resources to follow up with our clients.
Greg began his counseling career as the Administrator and Clinical Director of the Flying H Youth Ranch
Mark is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and has nineteen years of experience with youth, adolescents, adults and families...
Glenna has been in the counseling field since 1973 as a High School counselor/teacher, a Crisis-Intervention...
Jaylene has a Masters in Professional Counseling and a Bachelors in Christian Counseling and has experience working with women, adolescents and families...
Hannah Halverson is a Certified Health Coach and Certified Life Coach . Hannah works with individuals struggling with Anxiety, Depression,
Shannon Gaskell, MA, LMHC
Shannon has had six years of counseling experience working with children, adolescents and adults in individual, group and.....
Our vision at Bethel Ridge Family Resources is to be able to partner with churches, agencies, schools, businesses, and other organizations in the Yakima Valley to foster positive growth in the lives of couples, families, and individuals. We desire to be preventative, not just reactive. We hope to transform our community one relationship at a time.
To equip couples, families, and individuals with the tools they need to build and maintain healthy families and relationships.
As a faith-based, not-for-profit organization our mission is to promote lasting, positive change in the lives of our clients by providing them with affordable, professional counseling, meaningful and life-changing therapeutic experiences, practical educational programs, and connecting them to local support systems in their community.
To provide couples, families, and individuals with the tools they need to thrive in an ever-changing, increasingly stressful environment.
To develop passionate and dedicated
leaders in today's families, workplaces, and communities
To be able to offer our services to anyone regardless of race, religion, gender, or socioeconomic status