Serving: Child and Adolescent
Originally from Georgia, Rebecca works with ages 3 and up, using a variety of therapeutic techniques including bibliotherapy, sand/art therapy, music therapy, as well as talk-therapy. She is a direct, supportive, practical therapist who works collaboratively with the patient to help them achieve a better life. Her use of sound, evidenced-based theory coupled with unconditional positive regard helps individuals to achieve balance in their life and see that they have value no matter what obstacles they may have faced.
Rebecca received her Master’s of Family Therapy from Mercer University in Macon Georgia. She has a Bachelor’s of Sociology from Georgia Southwestern State University. She has a very diverse professional background that has enabled her to work with a variety of needs and individuals. Her background includes that of a preschool teacher, behavior specialist in a psychiatric hospital, crisis stabilization unit manager, and mental health therapist for the prison system. She is currently working towards her Doctor of Forensic Psychology degree from Walden University. Her dissertation is focused on moral injury development in law enforcement professionals.
Areas of interest include ADHD/ADD, anger management, mood disorders, anxiety, stress management, trauma, behavioral issues, and adjustment disorders. She has experience with treatment modalities that include individual therapy, cognitive behavioral strategies, behavior modification, and Applied Behavior Analysis. She is interested in obtaining her certification to work with First Responders who have experienced trauma in the line of service.
As of now, Rebecca is currently seeing unlimited intakes and is currently credentialed with Anthem, Cigna, Humana, Magellan, and Optum.
Age Range: 3+
Autism (High functioning)
Women's Issues Mental Health
Impulse Control Disorders
Child or Adolescent
Trauma and PTSD