Mental, physical, and relational health are inextricably connected and are the cornerstones to living a life of meaning and courage in both personal and professional arenas. I am dedicated to helping people and organizations connect, live, and work with greater satisfaction and impact.
I offer trauma-informed care that respects the latest in neuroscience and systems theory customized to meet each person, each family, each organization with practices and strategies that offer sustained change and relief. There are many ways to heal, change, and grow. I am informed by the following approaches in my work with clients, groups, and organizations:
Whether you are facing new or recurring struggles, individual therapy sessions are a collaborative experience that offers clarity and support where all parts of you and your story can experience value, respect, and healing.
Potentia Therapy is guided and informed by the following principles:
No matter the struggle, the story, the details I am committed to offering respect, compassion, and dignity in the presence of your courage to show up and ask for help.
I am committed to continued study, training, and consultation so I can offer you the best care inspired by innovation, creativity, and informed by gold-standard research.
I strive to offer timely correspondence and communication to my clients. Your life is full and sometimes overwhelming. I get it and I will do my best to support you as you navigate the logistics of therapy.
A relationship with a psychotherapist is unlike any other relationship – highly personal + relational and also governed closely by laws and ethics. When you choose to work with a psychotherapist, you are receiving care that is informed by these laws and ethics which are in place to protect you and make sure you are receiving care that helps and does not harm. I take these laws and ethics seriously and err on the conservative side – even if inconvenient or awkward – because you deserve so.
I know this term has become nebulous – but not to me. I am committed to my own healing process, rest, play, creativity, and community. I know I can only support my clients as far as I support my own well-being. I live the value of self-care – though imperfectly – and believe it is essential, not a luxury.
When completing your therapy inquiry form, please make sure to complete all the questions in order for your request to be accepted. If you have any problems with this inquiry form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive a follow-up email.
With gratitude – Rebecca
In the case that Rebecca is unavailable, she will put you in touch with someone from her extensive referral network. Do you have a preference for a male, female therapist?
If you live outside of San Diego, what city in California do you live in? Note: I am only licensed to see those who live within the State of California.
If you live in San Diego, what part of town do you live in?
What kind of insurance do you have, HMO or PPO? Note: I am an out-of-network provider and can offer a super bill for those who have PPO insurance so you can get reimbursed directly from your insurance company. For your own planning purposes (I don't need this information) you will want to find out your deductible, how much has been met, and what percentage of the fee they generally cover. Please share any additional insurance questions you have below.
Where in your life and and work do you feel overwhelmed, out of alignment, or like you are hitting a wall? Please be as detailed as possible and add any areas of focus you are particularly motivated to focus on in our work together.
What are the best days and times for you to meet for therapy?