Dr. Beth Firestein is a psychotherapist in Loveland, Colorado. She provides care for patients suffering from a wide range of mental unrest from relationship turmoil and grief due to loss, to the treatment of psychiatric illness, and everything in between. She is specialized in caring for same-sex couples, the older generations, and the LGBTQIA community.

Tune into our counseling blog to learn everything you need to know about what counseling entails and how it can help you. If you or someone you love would benefit from counseling services in Loveland, contact Inner Source to schedule your appointment with Dr. Firestein today!

  1. Understanding the Neurobiology of Trauma

    One of the biggest hurdles for victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes from reporting or seeking counseling is their perceived responsibility. Throughout life, we are told what to do and not to do to prevent becoming a victim — don’t go out alone, don’t drink, don’t lead people on…Read More

  2. Happy Pride Month From Your Loveland LBGTQIA Therapist!

    Along with June and the first day of summer is Pride month! While June may be the perfect time for you to come out or celebrate your gender identity, gender expression, sex, and sexuality, there is a variety of mental health concerns that may accompany this joyous time. Dr. Beth Firestein has been h…Read More

  3. Is It Winter Blues or Seasonal Affective Disorder?

    We can all get a little sad at the end of summer. Fall comes, the days get shorter. We’re often leaving the house in the morning before the sun is up, and coming home after it is already dark. For some, the blues will pass as the season progresses. For some, they won’t. As a matter of fact, they…Read More

  4. Navigating Life’s Transitions

    We face decisions every day, but transitions are different. They represent milestones during our life where we are leaving the past behind, entering a new phase of life, and possibly a whole new way of living. These times can be stressful and aggravate any existing mental health issues. Call to make…Read More

  5. Relationship Conflict Resolution: Part 3 Childraising

    In the first two installments of this series we took a look at resolving couples conflict related to money and household chores. We’re tackling another big topic today, children. These are tips for helping you get through conflicts in the moment, but if you and your partner are experiencing confli…Read More

  6. Life Changes: Depression and Caring for an Elderly Parent

    Counseling for caregiver depression Our population here in Loveland is aging. Currently, the number of residents 65 years of age and older is 15 percent. That number is only going to grow. And with one in five seniors expected to suffer from dementia or alzheimer's at some point in their life, more …Read More

  7. Arm Yourself Against the Winter Blues

    A month or two ago, we discussed Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This condition results from shorter days and colder temperatures, just to name a few reasons. Now that we've hit January, many people will feel SAD very sharply. The holidays are done, but they still need to be paid off. It's cold o…Read More

  8. Do You Struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder?

    As we head toward winter, the Colorado air gets cooler and the sun sets sooner. For some people, this means cozy evenings and enjoying the absence of summer's heat. However, it isn't that way for everyone. When the plants go to sleep, the sun sets before the workday is done, and you wake up in the d…Read More

  9. The Inevitability Of Change

    For many people seeking counseling, what they think they need and what they actually need are two different things. While one might think they need an escape from their problems, finding a way of dealing with them is a much more productive way of approaching the situation. It isn’t always the case…Read More

  10. Dating_Answer

    It sounds like you are genuinely concerned about the quality of your dating life and whether never being single for very long might mean that you have a personal problem. There are two key things you mentioned that indicate this may be a problem. First, you are wondering if it is healthy to go from …Read More