Rebecca is a passionate practitioner who finds joy in helping her clients become empowered to overcome challenges and improve their lives. Practicing therapy for the past decade, Rebecca has developed confidence treating even the most severe mental health conditions, including: depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, substance abuse, suicidal ideation, processing/developmental delays, ADHD, attachment and relational difficulties.
Rebecca is a trained family therapist and provides an advanced perspective in family systems intervention and supporting healthier relationship dynamics. Rebecca uses a strengths-based perspective and works to create a warm supportive environment where the process of change can be supported. Rebecca’s clinical work has included: a psychiatric hospital for suicidal ideation, a residential treatment center for addiction, developing and running an intensive outpatient clinic, and a treatment center for young adults. She has worked with adolescents and young adults to help them navigate difficult challenges like: school avoidance/refusal, social anxiety and agoraphobia, gender and sexual identity issues, defiant behaviors, and technology addiction. Rebecca is invested in creating a safe environment for her clients, where they can learn and practice skills to help them create positive outcomes and find healing in their lives.