CLINICIAN EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
Rebecca received a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University in 2018, and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from University of Phoenix in 2012. She is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Associate (25263) in the state of North Carolina.
Rebecca’s experience working in addictions spans over a fifteen-year period. Provisionally licensed, she has been practicing for a little over one year. Rebecca works with those who are justice involved both in and out of prison. She also has experience working with families who have left religious sects to integrate into society. As a Pastoral Counseling Intern, she worked with homeless adult female clients in a shelter setting. Rebecca has addressed several diverse conditions in both individual and group therapy including anxiety, depression, grief, substance use & abuse, sexual addiction and major life transitions. She also has experience with crisis & trauma counseling, ADHD, suicidality, and spirituality. Rebecca is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and holds additional certifications in Prepare and Enrich and Suicide PAIR.
Rebecca prefers to select a therapeutic approach for clients based on their presenting problem, the client’s therapeutic style preferences, and approaches that have empirically supported evidence for the specified condition. Initially, she incorporates person-centered therapy to gain understanding of the clients concerns, and to collaboratively establish goals. She may utilize other techniques or tools such as a genogram (i.e. family tree) or a personality inventory to establish an even deeper understanding of the client. Once a holistic picture has been created, she may incorporate therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy, equine or canine assisted psychotherapy or solution-focused therapy to best reach therapy goals.
Addiction and Pastoral Counseling
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