Rebecca Meyer, LPCC-S
I first seriously considered becoming a mental health therapist after I watched footage from the attack on the city of Baghdad in 2003. Providing a safe place for someone to tell his or her story, without judgement, is an honor.
I love teaching, whether it is one-on-one in the therapy session or with practitioners. Supervision motivates me to continue learning and growing. Being part of someone's growth and transformation of his or her identity from practitioner to professional is a lot of fun.
I hope new professionals learn to see themselves as subject matter experts—in whatever they are drawn to. I hope that they learn to be confident and to accept themselves, just as we challenge our clients to accept themselves, and that they don't become copycats of their supervisors or colleagues.
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Meets State Requirements
- University of Northwestern, St. Paul: BS
- Capella University: MS
- Adler Graduate School: Supervisor Certificate
- Military / First Responders
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Chronic Pain
- Motivational Interviewing