Beth and Friends

Beth has a great team around her, consisting of a few dedicated people who make up her core team and then many others who carry the message, take on specific tasks and spread awareness of her work. If you would like to join them, please let us know.

In addition, Beth has many other friends, and that could easily include YOU. You are automatically considered a “friend” by Beth, if you work with her in a counseling session, listen to her music, receive a personal song, volunteer or participate in her groups, retreats or livestreams! Welcome to you all.

And if you want to volunteer to help with her music, message and personal support, please get in touch with her at beth@bethgreen.org. There’s always more to do, and we’d love to know what you could contribute.

You may also consider making a financial donation, large or small, to help keep the work going. Click here for more information about the possibility of donating. And, finally, we especially could use your support around spreading the word. You can do it informally by sharing her livestream (GROW) or by sharing her Facebook page, healing music or YouTube channel. Whatever you can do will be deeply appreciated.

Meet Our Core Team

Todd Benton

Like many young adults, while I was in college, I began a journey of transformation. It started with reading Alan Watts, who popularized Zen Buddhism for Westerners. It crescendoed with a weekend workshop that introduced me to the notion and felt experience of transformation. In that workshop, I was touched by my connection to the whole, by the inherent unity and interconnectedness of humanity and all of life. Not surprisingly, I wasn’t able to sustain that fundamental truth and make it the essence of my thinking and behavior. In fact, for most of the 20 years following that experience, my transformation was focused on me: how I could get ahead, how “impressive” my transformation made me, how I needed to take care of myself and my small sphere of friends and family, and protect myself by not challenging myself or others to confront business as usual. I thought I was transformed, and although I did help people, for far too much of the time I was dominated by instinct and ego: by platitudes, by being liked and validated, by disconnection, fear, self-righteousness and self-loathing.

About 15 years ago, my story began to change when I was introduced to Beth Green. She firmly, yet compassionately confronted me on my bullshit, helped me to see into my past and understand and heal the sense of separation that was at the core of my dysfunctions. As a result, I am now honest about my shortcomings and strengths and I’ve put relating at the center of my life. I am now trying to be as effective an agent of change as I can — in our men’s group, in the parent group that I lead at my son’s high school and everywhere else.

I am happy to contribute my talents and passion to the Beth Green Team, whether that is promoting Beth’s music, retreats, programs and more, sharing my “jack of all trades” skills regarding anything technological and being a positive influence on our team.

Professionally, I work as a website designer and marketing consultant helping individuals and small businesses create and grow their home on the web.

James Maynard

Since my early 20s (I am now in my 70s), I have been on a path of personal growth that has combined therapeutic processes and spiritual practices, such as meditation. I have also worked as a transpersonal hypnotherapist, having run trainings for my Transpersonal Hypnotherapy Institute since 1986 and authored the book, Transpersonal Hypnotherapy: New Horizons in Hypnosis for Transcending Personal Frontiers – all toward helping people to heal from their own traumas. When I met Beth in 2010, I discovered that she was on a similar path, but more connected with a higher consciousness and wise guidance that she could bring to any situation, whether it be in intuitive counseling or in creating music. Also, since I have been a musician since early childhood and have performed publicly as a singer and trumpet player over the years, I have a great appreciation for the high level of musicianship that Beth brings, as well. I wholeheartedly support her work in all its aspects, for I have been greatly enriched by it. Of course, it helps that I experience the consciousness and caring that she manifests on a daily basis as my partner in life! As a part of Beth’s Team, I offer whatever support is needed, from promotion to being her personal assistant.  As a chronically ill and disabled person, Beth needs all the help she can get!

Meet Some of Our Other Friends

Rose Evans


I’ve worked with Beth for 17 years, and she has supported my ability to offer Restorative Movement Therapy, Personal Coaching and Counseling for groups and individuals.  Her work makes such a difference for anyone looking to become more so they can offer more.  I believe the world has needs that she is qualified to help with.  I support consciousness by supporting her to get out her GROW show by posting each show to YouTube, making them available for people any time.

Lily on the Left and Mojo on the Right — Some of My Best Friends!

Beth knows we are in this together. Trying to build a better world, one song, one counseling session, one vibration at a time!