Elizabeth Mellencamp Johnson, LCSW, LMFT

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My Practice

Beth is a Therapist at Stillpoint. She has been practicing individual, relationship and family therapies in the Indianapolis and Greenwood communities for more than 30 years. 

Beth grew up in Greenwood, Indiana where her family still resides. She completed her studies through Indiana University, including 13 years of supervision specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy. 

Beth also is an artist and writer and has a passion for creating art and offering creative opportunities for women. 

Beth is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and is certified in Complex Trauma. She also is trained in Brainspotting, a brain and body relational psychotherapy. It uses feelings in the body to process complex trauma that is stored in the non-verbal part of the brain, allowing clients to live more freely without the weight of past trauma. 

Beth is devoted to helping families rebuild through Restorative Family Therapy services and strengthening communities impacted by trauma.

Beth also is a partner with Arête Purpose Consulting – a strategic planning firm in Greenwood.

You can expect Beth to deliver quality service in an atmosphere of tolerance, humor, and cooperation whether she is meeting with you, your partner, your family or your organization.

Beth's Blogs

My Grandmother's Garden

To me, Grandma’s garden represents her hope in the future....read more

Pivot Point: Where You Break Free

The pivot point of our thinking comes when we stand exactly where we are in the lives we are in and see the world differently....read more

My Word for 2021: Intention

The word intention comes from a Latin word, intendere, meaning to stretch, or to purpose....read more

Planting. Tending. Protecting.

Women have been planting seeds of hope throughout all of history....read more

Looking for Bears

In this very moment, you are safe from bears. PAUSE, take a breath. You are safe....read more

In the PAUSE©

Before control is lost, PAUSE. Bring awareness to yourself and take a breath....read more

The Difference Between Counseling and Therapy

Therapy....” is a tricky word. It comes from the Greek word, therapeia, meaning healing....read more

A Space to Heal from Trauma

For healing to occur, the brain, mind and body must be integrated....read more

Welcome to Stillpoint

It is a place for the mind to heal and the body to catch up....read more

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