The Beverly J. Myers Therapist in Mountain Brook, AL is an expert in mental health and in the fields of therapy, counseling, and assessment. Dr. Myers is certif…
The Beverly J. Myers Therapist in Mountain Brook, AL is an expert in mental health and in the fields of therapy, counseling, and assessment. Dr. Myers is certified by the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AMFT) as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and also holds a Bachelors degree from Florida International University. He is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), and a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist (LCPT). As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, he provides psychotherapy, marriage counseling, and assessments to individuals, couples, and families. He has a special interest in marriage and family therapy and serves on the boards of directors of several local mental health and addiction treatment centers, as well as an affiliate member of the National Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (NAMFT).
In addition to his career in mental health, he is involved with many community activities and volunteer work. As a member of the board of directors of the Southwest Florida Area Conference on Human Services, he continues to serve as a counselor and trainer. His work with people affected by substance abuse and mental illness are also on top of his list of priorities. He has been actively involved in helping to develop programs that provide education and information about the mental health field.
Beverly J. Myers is a highly experienced and skilled therapist who can help you through every phase of the recovery process. His goal is to help you live a life free from mental illness, drug abuse and alcoholism. Because of his expertise and knowledge, he is able to counsel and provide treatment for people experiencing various types of mental illnesses. His services range from a basic talk therapy to advanced interventions and treatments for individuals. His clients range from those who are struggling with behavioral issues, to those who have suffered abuse and/or sexual assault, to those who have a serious medical condition, to those who are trying to cope with a relationship break up, to those who are having difficulties adjusting to their work, home, and school settings.