Beverly Ross, M.A., LPC-S, is the Founder and Executive Director for Wise County Christian Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor. Beverly is a certified facilitator in the life-changing curriculum based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown. She uses these curricula in individual counseling and with groups. She is experienced in helping marriages and families experience connection and reconciliation. She provides individual counseling for issues such as depression, anxiety and grief support.
Beverly is a sought-after speaker, frequently conducting workshops about finding and experiencing Light when the way gets dark and about learning to walk in freedom.
In September, 2018, Beverly opened Jenny’s Hope, a grief center for children and their families, in honor of her daughter, Jenny Bizaillion. Jenny loved children! Jenny’s favorite word was Hope. She would love this ministry to help young people and their families walk out their path of pain and suffering. Jenny’s Hope also provides grief support for adults, including couples following a stillbirth.
In September, 2020, Beverly and her oldest son, Josh, co-authored a book, Scarred Hope: A Mother and Son Learn to Carry Grief and Live with Joy.
Beverly received a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Stephen F. Austin University and completed a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Amberton University in November, 2001.
Beverly and Rick (her husband) have three adult children and five precious grandchildren. Jenny, their daughter, died in February, 2010. Since then, Hope has been an intentional focus of her counseling ministry. Romans 15:13 is quoted at the end of every event at WCCC. She is clinging to Hope, Joy and Peace.