1. You CAN Beat Depression!

    Sometimes it just feels like no one gets it. You just sink deeper and deeper, wondering if anyone would even notice if you were gone. The important thing to remember is that you aren't alone and someone does care wholeheartedly. One person especially has the knowledge to help you pull through what…Read More

  2. Every Couple has a Chance

    In the moment, day, week, year, it may feel like it's just not going to work out between you and your partner. Don't give up! Every couple has a chance! Inner Source is a Loveland, Fort Collins, Greeley counseling center run by Dr. Beth Firestein. Her knowledge and experience will challenge…Read More

  3. You’re not alone

    When you are fighting depression, one thing you don't want to do is talk to someone about it. In reality its one of the most important things you should do. Dr. Beth Firestein will help you get past this time in your life. Whether your depression stems from family issues, relationship strains, or ma…Read More

  4. Happily ever after therapy

    One of the number one reasons people go to therapy is for help with their relationships; couple therapy. Dr. Firestein of Inner Source has emotionally focused couple therapy that focuses on issues such as but not limited to: Life Transitions (e.g. birth of a child, relocation, job loss); Unreso…Read More

  5. Helping with all Your Concerns

    Dr. Beth Firestein of Inner Source assists clients with a broad range of mental concerns. These include but are not limited to: Depression Relationship problems Anxiety and Panic Disorders Life Transitions (e.g. career transitions, divorce, relocation) Sexuality Blocked Creativity Healing from Traum…Read More

  6. Inner Source Psychotherapy and Consultation Services

    Dr. Beth Firestein is a licensed psychologist in Loveland Colorado that has been working with and helping people for over 25 years. She looks at the “whole person” and helps them achieve wellness and balance in their individual lives. If you are facing a life change and need some help, contact D…Read More

  7. Dealing With A Miscarriage

    Because miscarriage is such an ambiguous loss, the other losses along with it are more difficult to explain unless the person has had a miscarriage themselves, which is why talking to someone, can offer the most comfort and empathy. Take time to grieve, and take time to yourself. If you are searchin…Read More

  8. Postpartum Depression Victims Trust Dr. Beth Firestein

    Postpartum depression (PPD), also called postnatal depression, is a form of clinical depression which can affect women after childbirth. Postpartum depression occurs in women after they have carried a child, usually in the first few months, and may last up to several months or even a year. Symptoms …Read More

  9. Dr. Finestein Helps With Psychotherapy Issues

    Sometimes we need a little help in life.  Dr. Firestein can help you through it. Depression Relationship problems Anxiety and Panic Disorders Life Transitions (e.g. career transitions, divorce, relocation) Sexuality Blocked Creativity Healing from Trauma Grief and Loss Bipolar illness Aging and Car…Read More

  10. Post Partum Depression Very Common

    You may be surprised to learn that over 20% of new mothers struggle with post-partum depression. It is not unusual to feel alternating depression and happiness right after the birth of your child. However, when that lasts beyond one or two weeks, there may be reason for concern.  Symptoms are simil…Read More