Rebecca A. Weiser is a licensed clinical social worker in both Missouri and New York. She received her B.A. in Anthropology from Kenyon College and her M.S.W. from New York University.
Rebecca began her career working with couples and families residing in the New York City shelter system for unhoused individuals and went on to provide care in an inpatient forensic-psychiatric unit. She has also worked with criminal-defense teams to provide mitigation services to defendants awaiting sentencing. She has experience working with individuals dealing with mood, psychotic, personality, and anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress and acute stress disorders, as well as issues with life and relationship stress, communication skills, self-esteem, affect regulation, and existential anxiety. She believes that individuals should be defined not by their mistakes but rather by their capacity for growth. Her therapeutic style centers on a recognition of the human need for connection, communication and understanding. In session, she draws from various modalities, including supportive and strengths-based psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), as she feels that clients benefit from a customized therapeutic approach.