Beth Mause

Beth Mause is a Certified School Counselor with a Bachelor’s Degree from Indiana State University in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree from Troy University in Counseling and Psychology. Beth serves as the Clinical Intake Coordinator and Assistant to Dr. Bridbord where she assists scheduling clients with clinicians in our practice. Beth has worked in the education system for 24 years. She was a teacher for 14 years and is currently a School Counselor.

Fran Parker

Fran Parker, L.C.S.W., is a licensed clinical social worker and organizational consultant who integrates psychotherapy, workplace coaching and wellness counseling in her practice. Her experience encompasses working with people from over thirty-five countries and is based in cultural competence. Working with Karen Bridbord & Associates, she helps couples and individuals, as well as corporations navigate times of transition, disruption and change.

She uses a multi-faceted approach, integrating concepts from systems theory, Gottman, developmental psychology and psychodynamic therapy. Her working style is collaborative, combining warmth and humor with thoughtfulness and creativity. Fran Parker, L.C.S.W. is licensed in New York and New Jersey.

Jami Fener

Jami Fener, L.C.S.W, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience working with adults, couples, and families. Jami is a relationship expert who has been trained in the Gottman Method. She has also specialized in the areas of trauma, medical and palliative care, as well as grief and anxiety. Jami believes that great insight can be achieved through developing a deeper understanding of how our unique backgrounds contribute to the lens through which we perceive the world. She graduated with her BA from Washington University in St. Louis before earning her MSW from Hunter College.

Sarah Baginski

Sarah Baginski is a Certified Health Coach and Social Worker with experience working with adolescents, groups, and clients of all ages and diverse backgrounds. She is certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Trauma Treatment with CBT, and is skilled in providing person-centered therapy and acceptance-based intervention. She is passionate about strength-based care, and values incorporating all systems in attending to the wholistic needs of her clients. Before entering the Clinical Social Work field as an MSW at Arizona State University, Sarah graduated with her B.S. in Health Behavior and Nutrition Science from the University of Delaware, and obtained her Health Coach certification from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) in 2018.