I have always believed that I am a vessel and a servant. As a vessel I am focused on providing a safe holding space to be able to process sensitive topics. Some of the most impactful sessions that I have experienced were a direct result of God. As a servant I embrace the responsibility to stay educated and provided the highest quality of care. I am constantly learning about new practices and techniques. But most importantly I am learning about you: Your uniqueness, your spirituality and your concerns.
Life can cause us to wavier, feel hopeless, alone or overwhelmed by the challenges that occur. In therapy, we will explore these issues to gain insight and understanding of how to walk through the pain and experience the growth that will result. Issues involving grief, abuse, conflict and trauma can greatly impact your spirituality and your world view. I will not pretend to have all the answers, but what I can provide you with is safety, skills and support.
While obtaining my Masters at Azusa Pacific University I was able to explore therapy from a Christian perspective. While completing my bachelors I was able to enhance my education by completing a minor in religious studies. As a Licensed marriage and Family Therapist I embrace the whole person concept in sessions to ensure that treatment and discussions are specific to you and your uniqueness.
I look forward to engaging with your on your journey.
We have sufferings now, but these are nothing compared to the great glory that will be given to us
- Stress, Anxiety
- Relationship issues
I also have experience in LGBT, Family conflicts, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Anger management, Self esteem, Career difficulties, Bipolar disorder
LMFT #80428 (Expires: 2019-09-30)
Rebecca is a very insightful, helpful and educated counselor. I’m so grateful for her help and patience she’s had with helping me through some of the hardest times in my life I’ve gone through lately. I would definitely recommend her to others.
Rebecca is great. She listens and give good supporting responses. She asks great questions that make me think of where I am going with my situation.