Rebekah concentrated in both Clinical and Community Practice and specialized in Social Action and Community Development. She has experience working with:
alcohol and substance abuse support
family preservation (social services)
school social work (children with sensory, behavioral, emotional and physical challenges)
parenting and life skills instruction
immigrant advocacy and support
restorative justice and mediation
LGBTQ advocacy and support
Despite the serious nature of issues that lead many individuals to seek counseling, sessions with Rebekah are creative and collaborative, fostering hope and compassion. Rebekah draws from various parts-based approaches as well as from cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused practice, motivational interviewing and mindfulness-based practices.
Using dramatherapy, inner-dialogue and other experiential-based methods to help clients reframe and re-route their habitual reaction to stressors, sessions can include meditation, writing, and drawing, particularly those with children and teens.
Rebekah brings about improved understanding of complex psychological struggles by using simple explanations and quirky analogies and aims to help her clients further their understanding of their unique inner world, leading them to feel educated and empowered to make choices towards an improved future.