Becky has experience working with clients of all ages in multiple levels of care. She enjoys working with adults, teenagers, pre-teens, couples, and families on the many mental health issues that commonly affect people today. Her experience in each level of care (assessment, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and inpatient hospitalization) gives Becky a good perspective on how best to treat these issues on an outpatient basis as well as when it may be best to refer for a higher level of care. Becky works well with clients adjusting to life changes, grief, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, stress, eating disorders, body-image, self-esteem, women’s issues, family conflict, parenting and relationship issues.
If you are searching for healing, I believe can help you along the road. Whether you have been struggling with an issue for many years or recent life changes have made it difficult for you to function, I am here to guide you as you make sense of it all. In addition to physical and emotional health, spiritual health is an important part of our lives. In light of this, I will incorporate the Christian faith into the therapeutic interventions we will work through during our time together.
As a mother of three active boys, I have grown accustomed to life getting messy and have recognized the need for flexibility in times of chaos. I find that life is full of trials (and plenty of errors) for us to continually seek the wisdom of God and the forgiveness of others. As a person who loves to create. I am thankful for my gracious husband who supports me in all the projects that I come up with. I often find as much joy in the process as I do with the finished product.
This is why I enjoy working with clients in therapy. The process of therapy can often feel messy, the path can feel overwhelming, and sometimes we’ve got to go back to square one and reevaluate so we can try something else. I will walk with you through this process; we will seek wisdom and forgiveness. We will strive to leave judgment behind, focus on the process, and trust in the Lord through the journey.