I work to build a genuine relationship that honors the unique identities of each of my clients in order to provide a safe environment in which they can explore how their background and past experiences may be impacting their current relationships, thought patterns, and view of themselves.
Becca is a postdoctoral fellow at Vanderbilt University Counseling Center. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis. Becca has worked with diverse client populations in a variety of clinical settings, including university counseling centers, outpatient mental health centers, and private practice settings. She currently provides individual and group therapy, as well as psychological assessment. In order to fit the unique needs of each client, Becca approaches treatment from an integrative perspective that utilizes various approaches and techniques, including interpersonal therapy, CBT, self-compassion, and mindfulness. Additionally, she has been trained in EMDR. Her clinical interests include trauma-focused concerns, mood disorders, anxiety, identity and relationship concerns, and psychological assessment for ADHD/LD concerns. When she is not in the office, she enjoys exploring Nashville, spending time outdoors, especially walking or hiking with her dog, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.