Welcome! My name is Rebecca Hunt (though I go by Becky) and I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) in the state of Ohio. My 14+ years of previous social work and counseling experience include early intervention casework, play therapy with children and families, group work for teenagers, child welfare counseling and case management for children and adults, parenting support, ADHD support for families and children, and case management for homeless individuals with acute medical illness. I focused on Social Work in Children and Families as well as Military Social Work during my master’s program at USC and have a passion for working with those, both children and adults, who have experienced trauma. I am a Catechist at my local Catholic Church and believe that spirituality is life changing for those open to the experience.
I believe that wellness includes many factors of a person's life--mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health. I believe that many people and families have the ability to manage any situation or challenge with a combination of existing strengths and learning of new skills. In counseling, I use a combination of CBT, solution focused, and problem-solving therapy, along with Motivational Interviewing, trauma therapies, and (yes even) Play Therapy when appropriate. I believe individualized and family plans, when developed in your words, are a great road map for reaching your desired destination. Seeking help reflects the courage and drive that you already have within you. I look forward to our working together.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Family conflicts
- Trauma and abuse
Addictions , LGBT , Relationship issues , Grief , Sleeping disorders , Parenting issues , Anger management , Self esteem , Career difficulties , Bipolar disorder , Coping with life changes , Compassion fatigue Read more...
LISW #I.1700224 (Expires: 2021-03-01)
I like Becky a lot and wouldn’t cope with out her.
She's the best! Very helpful.
Rebecca is understanding, supportive and her insights reaffirmed my worth and the empathy that I should have toward myself. Even in complex situations, she provides sound-simple truths. Providing me with sustainable tools that can be utilized long after the sessions are complete.
She pushes me and often asks me to clarify what I mean, which helps her understand better and is probably good for me, too. She also encourages me to be gracious to myself for improving slowly, and is kind enough to put up with my negativity. I appreciate her!