Rebecca Czoschke, Therapy Practicum Student
Keep watering yourself. You are growing. – E. Russell
We all deserve a safe space to feel fully seen and heard; where we can show up as our complex, imperfect selves and know that we are accepted and worthy of all the beauty and hope life has to offer. Whether you are struggling with a cascade of concerns or merely sense that something is off, a therapist can offer empathetic support and helpful reflection. Through this collaborative process, you can gather insights to set your self-discovery in motion, inviting you to create healthier balance and harmony.
Rebecca strives to foster a warm, genuine, and empowering partnership with her clients so they can freely explore their unique path to improved well-being. She enjoys collaborating with clients across the lifespan and is comfortable working with people of diverse genders, sexual orientations, cultural backgrounds, and spiritual beliefs.
Rebecca has special interests in the areas of anxiety, depression, self-esteem, grief, life transitions, and aging. She uses a strengths based and solution focused lens, seeking to equip clients with skills to use for personal growth and goal attainment. She incorporates techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness.
Rebecca is a student working toward completing a master’s degree in Counseling and Psychological Services at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. She is under the supervision of Dr. Nicole Johnson.