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Rebecca Levy, Registered Associate MFT
- Registered Associate MFT | 101595
- Ali Kimmell | LCSW 67173 (if applicable)
- 902 Curtis Street Oakland, California 94706
- (510) 550-5318
About Rebecca Levy Registered Associate MFT
- Alternative Sexuality and Lifestyle, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Body Size Diversity, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Creativity, Eating Disorders/Body Image, Grief and Loss, LGBQIA, Polyamory and Alternative Relationship Configurations, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Spirituality, Trans and Gender Nonconforming, Trauma/PTSD, Womens Concerns
- Sliding Scale / Low Fee
- CBT, EMDR Therapy, Feminist, Mindfulness
- Gender Nonconforming, Genderfluid, Genderqueer, Non-Binary, Trans, Other/Self-identify
- Jewish, White/European American
I can help you by joining you in exploring your anxiety, your fear, your grief, and your relationships. Together, we will be able to look at your patterns which may be negatively impacting your ability to function, and unravel them for a more fulfilling and satisfying life.I received my Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Health Counseling from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, followed by a Master of the Arts in Counseling Psychology with a focus in Community Mental Health from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA.I value humor, play, creativity, exploration, feminism, pragmatism, and chances to build a healthy relationship with emotions that we are usually told to squash. Although we are taught to separate our intellect from our emotions, it is important to remember that we can have physical manifestations of our emotions, and that our bodies can affect our thoughts.The world is often unwelcoming of those who do not conform to the status quo. Therapy should be a space in which you can be validated and heard, without having to educate your therapist about the merits of your lifestyle or your social position.As your therapist, I will collaborate with you to find the tools and actions that best suit you and your needs. I welcome your weirdness.