Beth Hermosillo, LMFT

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Phonetic pronunciation of name: “BEH-TH”

Role at Evergreen: Clinician, Clinical Director, Supervisor

Even when it seems like we have it all together on the outside, we can feel anxious, sad, hurt, and unmotivated on the inside. Whether you are struggling with issues related to a new transition or a long-term condition, I am committed to creating a safe and comfortable space to help you feel and live better. I will assist you in getting to know yourself, and exploring current issues and past wounds, so you can experience healing and growth. You will be guided through the process of changing self-defeating thoughts and patterns and will learn how to move forward with more confidence. You will develop the ability to create the life you deserve and the relationships you want. 

Beth | Evergreen Counseling

Clinical modalities used with clients

Therapy services location

Hybrid. Offering both in-person sessions in our Berkeley offices and remote telehealth sessions for clients all over California.

Clinical Style

Warm, direct, relational, interactive, eclectic.


Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #51152


University of California at Berkeley | B.A. Psychology | 1998

Antioch University | M.A. Clinical Psychology | 2006

Advanced Trainings

Member, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)

Board Member, East Bay Chapter of CAMFT, 2019-2022

President, East Bay Chapter of CAMFT, 2020 and 2021

Functional Family Therapy | FFTLLC | 2012

Transition to Independence | Stars Training Academy | 2018

Why I do this work

It was my personal, life-changing experience with meditation and therapy that led me to pursue a career in which I could help to empower others to achieve balance and fulfillment in their own lives. I believe every person possesses the inner strength and resources necessary to achieve happiness and self-fulfillment, however, there are times when we may need extra support and guidance in order to access it. I encourage clients to be more present, loving, and compassionate with themselves while gaining the tools to manage and alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression, trauma, relationship issues, stress, and anger. I identify as a queer woman of mixed race/ethnicity and am LGBTQIA+ affirmative. I welcome clients from all cultural backgrounds and identities.

The best part of my job

The best part of my job is the bittersweet goodbye at the end of treatment when the client has achieved their goals and we determine that weekly therapy sessions are no longer needed. I cherish the therapeutic relationships I build with clients. Getting to know someone, being a part of their healing journey, and witnessing the changes they make throughout their therapy experience is an honor. Often, external circumstances have not changed, but the way a client relates to themselves and others as they navigate the challenges of life have changed significantly.

How I spend my free time

On the weekends, I enjoy long rides on my road bike all over the Bay Area with my partner, friends, or bike club. I love hiking, museums, architecture tours, and discovering new restaurants and boba tea shops.

Favorite quote

“I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” Carl Gustav Jung

Top personal growth resources

  • Fully Present, The Science, Art, and Practice of Mindfulness by Susan L. Smalley, Ph.D., and Diana Winston
  • Being Well Podcast with Dr. Rick Hanson, Forrest Hanson

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