Education and Experience
Rebecca is the Clinical Program Manager for Outpatient Programs in Behavioral Health at SEARHC.
Rebecca attended Central Missouri State University and earned her Bachelors of Science in Child and Family Development. She then went on to complete her Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at Friends University.
Prior to joining SEARHC, Rebecca was an intensive in-home family therapist for DCCCA, a family therapist for ReDiscover who treated women with substance abuse histories who came from prison, and a marriage and family therapist for the Kansas City Department of Veterans Affairs.
Rebecca says, “I am honored to work for a company who values people and the communities that they serve. I have loved being immersed in the culture and the Alaska Native traditions since I have moved here, and I am so blessed to be a part of this company and the community it serves.”
Rebecca has a passion for training clinicians in evidence-based psychotherapeutic practices. She believes in the power of resilience and recovery. She believes that people have the ability to heal from their trauma that they have endured, no matter how difficult it has been, and even if it is generational. She has a passion for growth and change. She believes in SEARHC and believes in the leaders that she works for. She enjoys change and enjoys growth and opportunities.
Rebecca is married, with a daughter. Her family loves the kindness of the people in their local church, and are actively involved in community. They enjoy the outdoors and love the rain in Juneau as much as the sun. Rebecca likes spending time with her daughter and her husband, and someday would really love to own a boat.