Meet Rebecca Loesberg
Clinical Social Worker
Hi, I'm Rebecca (she/her) and I'm so glad you're here.
I want to be your go-to companion as we figure out how to make your individual situation a little easier. I specialize in helping young and youngish adults work through their shit: work issues, relationship issues, family complications, friendship dynamics, and general life struggles. We will face some of those more uncomfortable emotions and situations, together. If you're not a young adult, I'd love to see you, too! Let's talk about what's going on with you and make a plan to get you feeling a little better.
Want to get into the nitty gritty? Here's some therapy talk: I use an individualized, strengths-based and trauma-informed approach in my work, utilizing different modalities such as: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), motivational interviewing and attachment based work. I am also a bit of a brain nerd, so I use information about the brain and nervous system to discuss how those things influence our emotions and behaviors. My educational theory base is a systems-theory based approach, which I use to envision how all of the different parts of your life work together. It helps to see how things could be working differently too.
Want to know more about me? I have over a decade of experience as a social worker in the non-profit and for-profit world with a wide array of populations. I have experience assessing and treating folks who have gone through trauma, are having work-related issues, have anxiety and depression, and working with people who are trying to figure out how to be a human in the world today. I love being in nature, taking a drive and having a good sing/scream in the car, doodling, and hanging out on the couch with my doggo, Winston.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Virginia
Masters of Social Work, Jane Addams School of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Bachelors of Social Work, Syracuse University
It can help with
We spend so much time at work, but it's often left out of the discussion of what impacts our mental health. We'll work on managing those tricky boss relationships, coworker dynamics, and trying to make your general workflow a little easier.
We all know that pit in our stomach or racing heart feeling. We will work on naming it, understanding it, and learning to walk alongside of it.
This one is a biggie! We'll work on how you're communicating with your partner, spots of friction in your partner and friendship relationships, dating issues, ALL.OF.THE.THINGS.
Family life is complicated--whether it be your "new" family with your partner, your "old family" with the people who raised you, or your chosen family. We can work on navigating all of the intersecting roles you hold.
It's not just feeling sad. We can work on feeling a lack of motivation, being tired all of the time, and general "blah-ness". Let's work together to get your spirits feeling a little lighter.
Don't feel like what is going on with you fits in one of these boxes? IT DOESN'T HAVE TO. Let's work on what is most important to you.
let's talk money
Trust me, this isn't my favorite subject either, but it's important for you to have the information you need to pick the best therapist for you. My therapy rate is $180 per session. I'm out of network with insurance, but I am able to provide you with a superbill to request reimbursement through your insurance. I have a few reduced rate slots at $100 per session that may be available.