Karen Beller (pictured) recently joined the Methodist Counseling Clinic in Batesville as program coordinator, according to a release from Methodist Family Health. Beller provides direct supervision, consultation, and training to employees of Methodist Family Health working in the Batesville outpatient program.
In addition to these duties, Beller will provide psychological testing services. She is available to speak about Methodist Family Health programs and provide professional presentations and other in-services to community groups and schools.
A graduate of Batesville High School and Hendrix College, Beller earned a master’s degree in counseling psychology at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. She is a licensed psychological examiner with more than 20 years’ experience working with children and families. Most recently, Beller worked with the Batesville School District Special Services conducting psychoeducational assessments. She and her husband, Chris Sims, have an 8-year-old son, Ren.