• Resident in Counseling

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    Resident in Counseling

    Rebekah Rexrode

    Having experienced the transformative power of therapy in her own life, Rebekah Rexrode comes to the field of clinical mental health after 25 years of working closely with families and individuals as a personal assistant. Rebekah is a Resident in Counseling joining Hygge after a year in private practice in Richmond where she worked with adolescents, adults, couples and families, focusing on issues of anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions, and relationship/family conflicts and issues. Rebekah is deeply connected to issues related to childhood trauma and processing grief and is passionate about helping people create their own paths and define their own recovery.

    Rebekah provides an empathetic and non-judgmental space to support clients as they move towards becoming more grounded and connected to their whole selves and tailors her approach to each client’s individual lifestyle and needs.

    Believing that the relationship between client and therapist is central to growth and healing, Rebekah’s approach to therapy is client-centered and collaborative. She believes that healing and wholeness in relationships and as an individual is possible, no matter the starting point and is committed to walking beside her clients as they explore their personal journey with compassion, humor and authenticity.

    Rebekah is also a native Northern Virginian and holds an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University as well as an additional certificate in trauma counseling. Rebekah loves her family and friends, oversized cups of tea, salt air, a book you can’t put down and all good dogs.