Beth Spring, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Beth Spring brings a whole-hearted approach to therapy that weaves together personal and professional influences. She has been married for more than 30 years, and has two children adopted from Korea. Initially trained as a journalist and editor, she brings a clear focus and structure to her work. Beth often uses the image of a life narrative: “the story we tell ourselves about ourselves.” Highlighting those parts of a client’s story that reflect resilience, wisdom, and courage helps to motivate change and maintain progress. Beth is a cancer survivor, who experienced first-hand the calming and centering power of mindfulness meditation during her treatment and recovery. Beth combines a high standard of excellence with compassion and empathy for life’s deepest challenges.
The Beth Spring Therapy Team:
Professionals guiding you every step of the way.
Resident in Marriage and Family Therapy
Bonnie Culpepper will help you find the right tools to relieve daily stress, work through life transitions, or manage during a time of crisis.
Bonnie first began seeing clients in 2010 as an intern. At Virginia Tech’s Center for Family Services in Falls Church, she worked with couples, teens, and individuals. At Fort Belvoir’s Family Life Center, she worked with active duty and retired military personnel. And currently she is on staff at Inova's Kellar Center, providing in-home therapy with at-risk teens and their families. Trained in multiple therapy and mindfulness-based approaches, Bonnie received her Master’s Degree from Virginia Tech in 2013.
Bonnie is currently working toward licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist, under Beth's direct supervision. Together they consult and collaborate on each case to ensure you are receiving the highest quality mental health care.