Rebecca Ray, MA, PLPC, Lic. #MO2018027686, under the supervision of Susan Hall, M.Ed., LPC Lic. #MO002703. © 2019 by Rebecca Ray. All the content provided on this website is for general informational purposes, and does not constitute medical, legal, financial or other professional advice and is not intended as mental health diagnosis or treatment. Privacy Policy. 

ABOUT

Rebecca Ray, MA, PLPC

My name is Rebecca Ray, MA, PLPC, and I apply my therapeutic experience in private practice with individuals, couples, and groups. I work with clients on issues of stress management, relationships, and life transitions, and in the areas of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders, adjustment disorders, stress management and related needs. I also have more than 12 years’ experience in interpersonal communications, including employee relations and wellness initiatives incorporating psychoeducational content.

My experience in direct therapeutic services includes two years as a crisis worker with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, based at Provident Inc., St. Louis, where I provided crisis counseling by phone, chat and online forum. I am a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, volunteer member of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-Eastern Missouri chapter, and champion for creating a suicide-safe community with the St. Louis Regional Suicide Prevention Coalition. 

I focus on stress, relationships and life transitions. Clients may seek consultation for mood and adjustment disorders, couples counseling, or stress-related issues. I also lead mental wellness presentations for groups and employers. My treatment approach is informed by evidence-based modalities. My orientation is an integrative humanistic approach, incorporating strength-based, mindfulness and somatic techniques. This focus includes Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive-Emotional-Behavior Therapy (CEBT) strategies, among others. 

 

Additional credentials

Certifications include: Psychological First Aid, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Counseling on Access to Lethal Means (CALM). Completed: Certified Clinical Trauma Professional-Competency Conference;  Externship for Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples by Sue Johnson. Member: American Counseling Association (ACA, since 2014); Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC); International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC). 

Working with Rebecca

The life of every person is unique and carries the marks of our experience. Just as the growth rings of a tree depict the tree's life events—there are times of abundance, flourishing, and times of distress and affliction. And you may be in affliction right now.

My focus is providing a safe and calm, 
non-judgmental atmosphere that fosters relief, rebalance and resilience from within. Are you having a difficult time with a transition in your life? Do negative patterns in your work, health or relationships continue to repeat and you want them to change? Your life is important to me in part because of your quest. My role is to provide more light for your path, especially when it seems shrouded in fog or darkness. It's no small step to be here, now.

I am interested in using my therapeutic experience to help you - or you and your partner, or you and your family - to reach, to move, or just get unstuck. I will listen and work with you to help make sense of things that, at first, may not appear to make any sense. Please feel free to email or call (636) 486-6475.

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