Direct Line: (214) 307-2589
Rebecca's fee is $110 per session for 50-55 mins.
Rebecca accepts Aetna, Molina, and UMR.
Rebecca is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) under the supervision of Kierra Lloyd, LCSW-S and Antoinette Martinez, LPC-S.
Rebecca attended Baylor University and received a bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance. Due to her enjoyment of several volunteer activities in college, as well as her interest in psychology and mental health, she decided to pursue a career in a helping profession.
In order to achieve that goal, she attended the University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University and received her master’s degree in Social Work (MSW). Her Social Work experience includes therapy and case management for adolescents in foster care, adults dealing with substance use and mental health disorders, and children in an elementary school setting with a wide array of social, emotional, and behavioral concerns.
Rebecca’s passion is helping children using Child-Centered Play Therapy. A child’s natural language is play, and they use toys as their words. By using a non-directive approach, Rebecca is able to empower children to be the captain of their own growth and healing while acting as a supportive guide.
Rebecca also enjoys working with older children and adolescents using a strengths-based and client-centered approach. She has a special interest in helping clients with anxiety, depression, and trauma. Some of the types of therapy she frequently utilizes are activity/expressive arts therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Motivational Interviewing.
When working with child and teen clients, Rebecca values collaboration with their caregivers. She believes that parents should be a part of their child’s treatment and aims to support them throughout the therapy journey.
Rebecca enjoys traveling (especially to Walt Disney World), reading, and watching reality TV. She has two tabby cats and an Australian Shepherd mix.
Pre-teen and Teen Therapy
Anxiety, Depression, Trauma