Rebekah is an associate clinical social worker, specializing in work with teens, young adults, and families. She attended Columbia University’s School of Social Work, with a focus on clinical work with children and families. After that, she worked in teen/adolescent residential treatment in Utah, where she held full licensure as a clinical social worker. During her tenure in Utah, Rebekah worked with complicated issues spanning from depression, anxiety, trauma, adoption, personality disorders, eating disorders, and recovery from addiction. During her work with teens and families, Rebekah utilizes a comprehensive family systems approach, recognizing the vital importance of parents to be engaged in their own change process.
Rebekah is a truly respected expert in the field of parent and family coaching, as well as supporting teens, young adults, and their families in the transition home post-treatment. She has created, developed, and written curriculum for teen and young adult programs, published parenting articles, and co-authored “The Wanderlust Warrior Project,” a self-help book for young women. Rebekah is also a 500-hour RTY certified yoga teacher, teaches authentic mindfulness, is trained in the “Trauma Resiliency Model,” and leads “Yoga for Trauma Resiliency” workshops and retreats.
After more than fifteen years working professionally in the field, she remains in awe of the possibilities, strength, and growth that recovery inspires.