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Rebecca Dansie, BA 
Clinical Intern

Rebecca is a Marriage and Family Therapy Masters-level Clinical Intern currently enrolled at Capella University. Rebecca previously received her B.A. in Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University. She has past and present experience in Behavioral Health as a Registered Behavioral Technician, working with different populations that have comorbidities of Autism, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, and Depressive Disorder. W

 

With the ability to learn about positive differences in relational and individual strengths among different populations, she draws influence from Narrative, Somatic, Mindful, Humanistic, Solution-Focused, Systemic, and Emotionally Focused Therapies’. Rebecca has also completed the Gottman Level One Training for Couples Therapy. 

 

She is currently providing therapy via telehealth.

 

Having a background in a field that shows increasing advocacy for the inclusivity of different mindsets, Rebecca has a strong passion for integrating that inclusivity within the "Couples and Family Therapy" scope. Her experience involves helping families adapt techniques that improve the quality of their child’s social experiences in society and family structures and provide insight into the great need for couple and familial relational healing. This healing within relational structures supports the true adaptation of positive habitual change. This need for inclusivity relates not only to different mindsets but also to different types of relationships and family structures.

 

It is important that her clients feel safe, validated, and heard for who they are during sessions. She strives to create room for them to grow in knowing what they truly need from their relationships with others and how to positively grow in the connections they hold inside and outside therapy. Using a trauma-informed approach is central in each session, making sure that each client has the support to truly explore emotions, cognitive experiences, and physiological reactions. Refining her systemic perspective through supervision while increasing her diversification of therapy techniques, Rebecca is interested in working with individuals, couples, consensual non-monogamous partnerships, and various family structures with both neuro-typical and neuro-divergence blends. She would love to help these different populations work through issues in communication, process past traumatic experiences, work on intimacy issues, blend conflict styles, blend communication styles, work through sexual intimacy issues, and externalize negative effects of social adversity. 

 

Creating a room of collaboration, her hope is that you and your loved ones can discover your strengths, current challenges that can be worked through, and patterns that can support individual and relational growth. Thank you for considering letting her be part of your journey in life; she looks forward to hearing your story! 

Private Pay Accepted

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