Rate: $40 per visit
My name is Paul Beshay. I’m a native of Alexandria, Egypt and have lived in Nashville since the age of 4. I am a firm believer that everyone has a unique story to share. Often those stories reveal a lot more than meets the eye. Only when we begin embracing our stories does healing take place. By understanding and owning our past we gain the insight and ability to influence our future. I practice an approach that is holistic in nature and believe it is essential to treat the mind, body, and soul. I come from a minority background and understand the implications of being different. In my free time I enjoy volunteering with teens & adolescents, exploring, learning about various and sometimes-random topics, and traveling.
I graduated with my Masters of Clinical and Mental Health Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University. My topics of interest in counseling include: trauma, anxiety, depression, developing and strengthening identity, existential crisis, and behavioral problems for kids & teens. I enjoy working with children, teens, adults, and couples. Prior to joining the team at Melton Counseling I worked with various specialties such as Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Sex Addiction, Substance Addiction, Counseling for those with Autism, Couples in distress, and Severe Trauma. Currently, I work with distressed families, defiant children (ODD, ADHD, PTSD and other mood disorders), and traumatized individuals to find the initiative they once thought was lost to face the challenges that are causing pain. I work alongside clients using a collaborative-based therapeutic approach.
Many people are blessed enough to enjoy what they do. I am beyond blessed because I LOVE what I do. To me counseling is a sacred process, one that I strive to treat as such. I believe that all individuals and relationships are unique and should be treated as such. Therefore, I tailor my sessions and treatments to the needs of each client. I strive to help every person grow in enriching ways and create meaningful and sustainable change in their lives that transcends their time in therapy.