Beth Ostby

In life, we face trials of many kinds. Sometimes, we find the support we need from the community and people around us, however, there are times when we need a little more or a different kind of support than we can find in our daily circles. I believe this is where counseling can come in. I believe counseling is a place where you can come as you are, with all your pain and fear, worries and questions. It is a place to unpack what you have been holding on to, and find grace and care for whatever that is. It is a place to explore and heal and transform in a trusted relationship with another human.

My faith is the guiding light for my life. It has led me into this work. I believe God has given me a heart for those who are hurting and wrestling with the questions of life. While I may not have the answers to the “whys,” I would be honored to walk with you as you ask the questions and sit with the answers that may or may not come. I seek to help people identify the unhelpful and untrue thoughts and beliefs they are relying on, so they can transform their thinking towards the truth. My hope is that you would learn to see yourself as God sees you, and that you would thrive in your life as He desires.

My heart for the work that I do, is that you would feel seen and understood; that you would discover more of how you are creatively designed, learn new skills, uncover existing strengths, and see life from a different perspective. My hope is that you would gain understanding for why you might be experiencing
life as you are.

“See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.”
- Isaiah 43:19


I have been working in the field since 2015, after receiving my MA from Adler Graduate School in Richfield, MN. My experience includes working with individuals dealing with a variety of issues including life transitions, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, self-esteem issues and loss/grief of all kinds. I frequently draw from cognitive behavior therapy and Adlerian theory.

I am happy to include faith in the therapeutic process to the degree that you would feel comfortable.