Many of my clients come to me because they feel unfulfilled in their lives, which creates anxiety, feeling stuck, and dissatisfaction in their relationships, including friendships, family, and working relationships, while also believing they have no reason to feel how they do. I have heard many times, ‘My life is good and so was my childhood, why am I so unhappy?’
I believe in creating a safe space for my clients to explore their deepest emotions and painful limiting beliefs that keep them stuck in recurring patterns in their relationships and lives. As your therapist, it is my responsibility to help facilitate your process and help you discover what you want for yourself, not to push my agenda or what ‘I think you need’. You are the expert in yourself and my intention is to help you uncover what you need to heal and thrive.
The foundation of my counseling approach is the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM), which is why I call myself a Relational Trauma Therapist. Our work is to discover and focus on what you want for yourself, which allows us to create further connections within you and with your loved ones, in order to bring you towards the life you want and deserve.
Many of my clients have limiting beliefs that began in childhood which have been carried forward into adulthood creating conflict with others and within themselves. As my clients have developed more curiosity, released judgment, recognized their protective strategies, and dismantled the many beliefs holding them back, they have developed a greater capacity for connection and aliveness.
I enjoy working with adults and utilize a variety of treatment modalities, including Somatic Experiencing (SE), Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), as well as NARM, of course. I am passionate about learning and growing so I can continually support you as you grow through our work together. I love what I do which I feel shows through ongoing support, compassion, validation, and a desire to truly understand your internal experience.
I believe in the importance of self-care. When I am not in session, I love spending my time reading fantasy and fiction, taking cruises and traveling to many different countries, and making cheese boards for friends and family. I also love to snuggle my family’s miniature dachshund, Gretel, who cries with joy every time I visit.
Becky earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, a CACREP program, from Texas State University- San Marcos. She began her career as an Academic Advisor at Texas State, then as a Career Counselor at the University of Houston before transitioning to full-time private practice. Becky has over 15 years of experience working with trauma, grief and loss, anxiety, and chronic illness.
First session: $210 for 60-minute intake
$185 per 50-minute session