Rebecca is a resilience counselor and group facilitator using Organic Intelligence, Somatic Experiencing and the Creative Community model.
Rebecca holds an MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Prescott College and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate in the State of Washington. She has worked as a therapist in the renowned residential treatment center Sierra Tucson, serving patients with PTSD, substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, eating disorders and chronic pain. Her clinical training background focused on low-income queer and trans individuals, homeless youth, and young mothers facing homelessness.
A long time social justice activist, Rebecca came to healing arts as a way to support individuals and communities to build resilience and resolve trauma to shape and sustain movements toward equity, dignity, and vitality for all peoples.
With a professional background in theater, circus arts, and arts education, Rebecca especially delights in connecting with play and creativity as tools for transformation.
Newly relocated to the Seattle area from the Sonoran desert, Rebecca cultivates embodied mindfulness while orienting to the movement of water, the shape of trees, and other elements in nature. Lately, she particularly enjoys catching glimpses of wild rabbits and sea mammals.