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Rebecca Singer MS, LPC, CAADC

Do you have the desire to talk to someone about stress, anxiety, relationships, or grief and loss? Do you find that others want to “fix” things for you or they become too emotional when you are sharing with them but you just want to be listened to?  Would you like to be able to process your thoughts and feelings openly and honestly without filtering your words?  I would like to be able to provide you with that opportunity.  I seek to provide calming and nurturing counseling sessions that focus on your needs and interests.  Starting therapy takes much courage and I applaud you for taking the first step in searching for a therapist and starting the therapy process. We will work at the pace you are comfortable with to make progress on goals that you identify and establish.  My goal is that you will lead your therapy sessions to make the positive changes in your life that you want.  Self care is very important and we will explore and practice doing self care as part of your daily routine.

I enjoy working with clients from preteen years through the elderly. My areas of specialty include anxiety, depression, relationships, grief and loss, work stressors, life changes/transitions, domestic violence, legal issues, and addictions (for the one struggling with drug or alcohol use, as well as any children or family members of those struggling with addictions).

I earned my Bachelors Degree in Social Work from Shippensburg University.  I completed an intensive internship during my senior year of my undergraduate education working as a case manager with a local Area Agency on Aging.  I then pursued and earned my Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Shippensburg University.  I have had advanced training in CBT, addictions, trauma informed care, and gambling.  I earned my License in Professional Counseling (LPC) and Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counseling (CAADC) with an endorsement in Problem Gambling.  I have experience in case management, mental health counseling, dual diagnosis counseling, and addictions counseling.  

When I am not practicing therapy, I greatly enjoy spending time with my four legged children.  I firmly believe in the therapeutic qualities in having pets.  I spend time doing volunteer work with groups such as Castaway Critters and Rebuilding Together.  I also enjoy exploring and relaxing in Cape May when I am lucky enough to go.  I am an avid reader and will recommend books to others that I find helpful and motivating.

My hours include afternoon and evening appointments during the week, and some Saturday hours. I look forward to being able to meet and work with you!

Recent blogs and videos from Rebecca:

Make Lifestyle Changes, not New Year’s Resolutions

Change: Why We Fear Change and Ways To Embrace It

Practicing Self Care

The Reality of Grief