Rebekah (she/her) is a warm, intuitive, and direct therapist. She ensures clients have agency in their therapy and have choices about what approaches work best for them. You can expect that Rebekah will challenge you, offer direction, and bring creative ideas for long-term change, but also check in with you to make sure that the direction is effective for your unique personality, context, background, and needs. Rebekah is committed to learning about, appreciating, and utilizing resources from diverse backgrounds for healing, including spiritual/religious traditions and cultural backgrounds. Rebekah is committed to racial justice, is LGBTQIA+ affirming, and is body positive.
Currently, Rebekah works primarily with adult clients. She sees individuals, couples, and families and has extensive experience in facilitating therapeutic groups for both adolescents and adults. She specializes in treating depression, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders, body image issues and relationship to food/ eating, issues of spirituality, family transitions, relationship problems, as well as diminished sense of well-being or life purpose. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of MN, Rebekah focuses on contextual factors (like relationships, work, or societal issues) that may be the causes of stress or resources for healing. She will integrate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) strategies, along with attachment concepts, somatic interventions, mindfulness-based practices, and “parts work.” Rebekah has taught graduate school and undergrad courses in spiritual and personal growth, family transitions, and treating complex mental disorders.
When not working, Rebekah enjoys connecting with friends and family; creating art with her flower gardens; connecting with nature through camping, hiking, and cycling; and taking walks with her pup (“Grizzly”).