Rebecca Lammersen (she/her) is currently pursuing her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Grand Canyon University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in Sociology from the University of Arizona. Rebecca is an intern at Therapy with Heart under the supervision of Michelle Hildt (AZ MFT #15486).
Rebecca’s lifelong passion for wellness led her to a career as a therapeutic yoga teacher. She founded and operated a therapeutic, rehabilitative yoga studio integrating complementary movement modalities. After many years in practice, she decided that becoming a therapist would expand the effectiveness of her work and ability to support others on their life’s journey. The somatic work she facilitates continues to reaffirm the understanding that the body, mind and heart are inherently connected; the memories of our life experiences and the emotions connected to them are stored within us, in our bodies. Through the integration and blending of talk therapy, body awareness, mindfulness exercises, and intuitive movement, Rebecca supports her clients as they heal, and build the confidence and skills to cope with what life presents along the way.
Rebecca knew from the first time she learned about EFT that it was the right fit to blend with her intuitive movement modality. Through a solution-focused, strengths-based lens, she welcomes individuals, couples, adolescents, families, including families and/or parents with special needs children, and siblings of individuals with special needs. Her scope of practice encompasses grief and loss, separation and divorce, blended families, co-parenting/parallel parenting, parenting skills, life transitions, those with loved ones with special needs, anxiety and depression, fears and phobias, chronic pain and illness, health and wellness.
Rebecca’s mission in life is to create and hold a safe, trust-filled space where everyone who enters feels understood, seen, heard, accepted, and loved.