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CUTV News Radio spotlights Beth Gager of Mind Roots

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Charlottesville, VAWe’re all on the path to find our most clear and beautiful life. But that journey can only begin when we stop focusing on what we believe is wrong and start focusing on our strength and what’s right.

Beth Gager is a Certified Martha Beck Life Coach and the founder of Mind Roots, a coaching practice that specializes in individuals who have experienced mental illness and other deep life struggles. Beth helps clients put roots to a new vision and grounds them in their lives so they can begin to embody who they really are.

“That’s what I’ve learned to do for myself and that’s what I hope to share with others,” says Beth.

Beth was inspired to establish Mind Roots after her own struggle with mental illness. She says the experience ultimately resulted in her losing everything she held dear: her children, her home, her job, her friends. The good news is she got everything back, but it was a process.

“It was a turning point in my life. I realized I was making my life about the worst thing that ever happened to me.,” recalls Beth. “I resolved that I would do whatever it took to find myself, the core of who I really was.”

Beth describes her clients as “people who feel as though they’ve lost their center.” Beth works with her clients to help them find their strength, the core of who they are and their connection to source.

“Even in my worst moments of devastation I remember saying if I can help just one person it will be worth it,” recalls Beth. “I believe in people. I have always believed in the goodness of the world and anything I can do to contribute to that goodness is what I’m driven to do.”

For more information on Mind Roots, visit http://www.bethgager.com