Rebecca is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Washington.
Rebecca offers a warm, compassionate, and practical counseling style with splashes of humor and inspirational challenge. She offers hope and a healing presence to clients so that they may be restored and equipped to be their best selves and enjoy life more fully. While Rebecca comes from a Judeo-Christian perspective, she is respectful of all beliefs and enjoys working with a diverse clientele.
Training and Background
Rebecca earned a Master of Arts in Counseling from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Northwest Christian College in Eugene, Oregon.
Prior to becoming a professional counselor, Rebecca had experience working with troubled youth and adults in churches, classrooms, juvenile hall, and transitional housing. As a professional counselor, she has gained further experience by providing outpatient mental health counseling in a variety of settings such as homeless shelters, a domestic violence resource center, community mental health agencies, and a specialized outpatient treatment center for Bipolar Disorders.
Grief and Loss
Coping with Medical Issues
When not at work, Rebecca enjoys mentoring young people, going on wilderness adventures, singing and playing acoustic guitar, making art, and unleashing her creativity in the kitchen by cooking healthy, gourmet meals.