Bethany Hall is a bilingual licensed Family Nurse Practitioner specializing in Complex Developmental Trauma (CDT). She is passionate about helping teens and older children heal from years of abuse and neglect as well as helping families navigate biological family relationships in the context of foster care and open adoption.
In addition to working with children, Bethany has extensive experience training those who most closely work with children suffering from CDT. She has provided this specialized training to nonprofit organizations, foster care providers, adoptive families, educators, social workers, and others. Hall is certified as an affiliate trainer in trauma competent caregiving by Trauma Free World, where she utilizes in-person and virtual platforms to educate on the neuroscience of trauma as well as screenings, assessments, and interventions which can be utilized to increase therapeutic and healing interactions with children who have experienced CDT.
Bethany earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Cedarville University, a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Kentucky and has over 10 years experience as an Emergency Department Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. In addition to her work in medicine, she spent three years in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, as a missionary providing medical services and trauma competent training with Back2Back Ministries.
She has been married to her husband, Kevin for 15 years and they have 3 children at home (biological and adopted) as well as 6 adult foster children, now starting their own families.