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Rebecca Liggett, LMHCA

Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate

Rebecca Liggett (she/her) is a provider at our Anderson Park clinic who provides therapy services in-person and via telehealth. She believes that her role as a therapist is to facilitate difficult conversations that allow her clients to make sense of their values and the everchanging parts of their identities. We are all always evolving and changing, and taking the time to reflect on who we are and who we want to become can be a difficult thing to do when life is busy or when past traumas, anxiety, or depression inhibit us from effectively doing so.

In her practice, Rebecca strongly emphasizes a client-centered, strengths-based approach as she believes that her clients are the experts of their own lives and are often more capable of change than they realize. Through the collaborative effort of creating a safe and nurturing therapeutic space, Rebecca hopes to empower her clients to find their sources of strength and utilize them to both make sense of their past and feel grounded in their present. Rebecca borrows tools and resources according to individual client needs from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.Most of Rebecca’s experience is in working with adolescents and young adults who are doing the difficult work of establishing who they are as an individual within and outside of their family of origin. She also has experience working with younger children in processing difficult life circumstances through Child Centered Play therapy techniques. When working with younger clients, Rebecca strongly values working alongside parents in the process of better understanding their child’s needs and reasoning behind potentially harmful behaviors to best facilitate positive change. Rebecca also works with clients managing stress, life transitions, impacts of trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and sexuality.