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About Rebecca Love, LCSW, Director
EMDR & Trauma, Grief & Loss, Gender Identity,
Anxiety, Co-Parenting, Suicidal Ideation

Rebecca Love, LCSW

I specialize in coming alongside people as they walk through the uncomfortable, messy parts of life. I bring a no-nonsense, solution-oriented approach to therapy, helping you come to a place of contentment with life as it is, not as you wish it was (or even as you deserve it to be). True peace comes when we come to a place of acceptance: no longer relying on external factors as the source of our happiness. ​Therapy with me is a little different than what you may have encountered in the past. A lot of mental health work these days is very “feel good”, leading many to believe that being mentally well is simply being happy or un-phased by the circumstances around them. I believe you’re allowed to be angry or anxious or upset when life gets messy. Therapy is simply about equipping you to process and cope with those very real emotions in a productive, healthy way. Our thoughts create our life experience. Traumatic events, chronic stress, and negative self-thoughts can keep you trapped in a state of unhappiness. Becoming aware of negative thought patterns can give you the emotional freedom you are searching for. When you change the way you think, the way you perceive and experience the world around you also changes.

Rebecca Specializes In

Grief & Anxiety Therapy
Gender Identity Therapy
Co-Parenting Counseling

Experience and Education

2003 – 2016: United States Army, Combat Medical, 09-10 Afghanistan Deployment

2013: Bachelor’s in Social and Health Services, Roger Williams University

2015: Case Manager, St. John’s Program for Real Change, Sacramento, California

2015: Masters in Social Work, University of Southern California

2016-2019: Individual and Group Psychotherapist, Enhanced Outpatient, Mule Creek State Prison, Ione, CA

2017: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, California, #LCSW85850

2019-2020: Individual Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Pacific Coast Psychiatric Associates ​

2019: Certified Grief Counselor, American Academy of Grief Counseling

2020: Certified Therapist, Shared Parenting Support Program

2020: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Colorado, #CSW.09927017

2020: Director, Adult Psychotherapist, HeartWise Psychotherapy

2021: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Rhode Island, #ISW03367

2021: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, South Dakota, #6064

2021: Completed EMDRIA approved EMDR Training

2022: Completed EMDRIA approve Somatic and Attachment Focused EMDR (SAFE EMDR)

2022: CAMS-Care Trained

Other Services You May Interested In:

Depression Therapy

Find joy and satisfaction in your life and relationships again by taking ownership of what you can control… and releasing what you can’t.

Anxiety Therapy

Experience peace and break unhealthy patterns by learning to trust yourself again. Find contentment with life as it is, not as you wish it were.

Grief Therapy

There is no getting back to “normal” after loss. Process your loss while holding space for the grief journey you are still on, because accepting doesn’t mean forgetting.
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