Rebecca is a post-doctoral clinical psychology resident. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Touro University. Rebecca received her master’s degree and Doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Prior to joining Child Provider Specialists, Rebecca completed an APA accredited internship with Boys Town Behavioral Health where she provided individual and family therapy services to children and adolescents. During her clinical training, she also provided services through community mental health centers and a private practice.
Rebecca has extensive experience working with children and teens of all ages in individual, family, and group format. Rebecca utilizes a strengths-based approach and aids children and families in working towards their goals. Rebecca provides warm, individualized treatment to every client that she sees utilizing evidenced based treatment models, and culturally sensitive care. Rebecca emphasizes learning how to adaptively cope with all aspects of life, and work towards greater well-being. Rebecca creates a warm and affirming space for all clients and has extensive experience working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Rebecca prioritizes equity and accessibility, and is always learning and working towards increasing access for people of all race, ethnicity, religion, background, body size, and ability level.
Always balancing “acceptance with change”, Rebecca provides treatment for a range of presentations including Depression, Anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other trauma and adjustment related concerns. Additionally, treatment can target topics such as grief and loss, stress, school related difficulties, coping, anger management, behavioral concerns, body image related concerns, communication, family conflict, self-esteem, adjustment related difficulties, sleep concerns, healthy behavior engagement, social skills and or peer related concerns. Rebecca works collaboratively with children, caregivers, and members of every system they are a part of.