Supervising Clinician: Alexandra Hoerr, LCPC 180.01056
MA in Clinical Mental Health, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL
BA in Psychology, Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, MO
BA in Public Relations Communication, Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, MO
- Anxiety & Depression
- Life Transitions
- Religious Trauma & Church Hurt
- LGBTQIA+ & Queer Concerns
- Couples Therapy
- Person Centered Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Existential Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Emotion-Focused Therapy
Life isn’t always easy. You may find yourself moving from day to day, and beginning to feel like you don’t really know yourself anymore. Maybe you have thoughts you feel you can’t control, or a deep sadness that just won’t go away. People may have caused you pain or caused you to doubt what you once believed, and you feel stuck, unsure how to move forward. These thoughts and feelings can be so lonely. As the pressures of life and your own self-doubt build up like a tower, the things you used to love can get lost, leaving you feeling confused and alone. Whether the source of your pain is from the church, your loved ones, a shifting faith, or a complete mystery to you, healing is possible. Seeking help and agreeing to be vulnerable, can feel scary, but you don’t have to suffer alone.
“Working with Rebekah, I felt like someone finally heard me; I felt understood.”
“After our sessions, I feel I know how to advocate for myself better, and I feel I have tools I can use to help myself and regulate my emotions.”
“Our relationship feels so much easier and peaceful after starting therapy with Rebekah.”
"I enjoyed that she didn't shy away from hard topics."
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