REBECCA STEIN
 MIND BODY THERAPY

Beyond traditional talk therapy, I offer Transformative Therapy

Hello! I am so glad you have stumbled upon my website. There is a reason you are here today. You may be seeking help with anxiety, depression or even social isolation during this very real pandemic. I am a therapist who helps people who need assistance with MIND BODY healing & relational conflicts.


I can't wait to help you explore your past and work through some troubling conflicts. My aim is to help you rediscover your true SELF through the art of therapy. We will delve down into some deep rooted internal conflicts to help you understand why you are at this place in life today and then proactively foster you with the strength to address these hurtles in the present. After my sessions, you will feel re-energized, better able to cope with your current reality, and have a greater understanding for some of the unconscious behaviors you may be exhibiting. I am so excited to help you on your journey!

Specialties

Pain Management 

I have successfully helped many individuals reduce and, at times, completely liberate themselves of chronic pain, especially medically unexplained symptoms (MUS). I will help you free yourself from opioids. I help individuals with chronic illnesses learn to better cope with many of the underlying stress related triggers and medical traumas. As a chronic pain survivor and thriver, I am passionate about getting YOU the RIGHT help using evidence-based methods. I look forward to helping you get your life back!

ADHD (inattentive, hyperactive, and combined types)

My work at Edward (Ned) Hallowell's clinic has only increased my  JOY in working with this population. As both a therapist and a coach, I have helped many clients develop skills to manage their ADHD symptoms, while also delving into some of the more core, emotional difficulties. I treat common co-morbid conditions, such as OCD, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, disordered eating, and substance abuse. I would love to help you lean on your own STRENGTHS to propel you forward in this CREATIVE process!

Burnout (Work, School, Family, Caregivers)

Stress is a normal part of life, but when stress becomes chronic and exceeds your resources, you are left burned out. Whether as  a new mom, in a demanding work, school, and home environment, an entrepreneur, or even being a part of the "sandwich generation" where you're taking care of your children and your aging parents, burnout is TOUGH. The good news is that I will help you learn to manage the stress in your life, find balance, and conquer your work/life demands!

Aside from the typical ideas of burnout, cultural and systemic burnout also plague our country. I help you experientially feel all of your emotions related to anti-semitism, racism, homophobia, sexism, and capitalism and EMPOWER you on your journey of activism and LEADERSHIP!

Relational Grief & Couples Work

Losing a loved one, relationship, new born, fidelity in a partner, recent job, financial security, health status, life and body before childbirth and/or any traumatic event, all within the larger societal loss of normalcy during a GLOBAL PANDEMIC, can feel insurmountable. I am here to GUIDE YOU through these BIG FEELINGS and how they impact you, your relationship, and family life. I view losses as relational. Through this belief, I use a relational approach in helping YOU feel seen and heard. I offer co-couples therapy with relationship expert Jennifer Musselman, LMFT. 

"'The word mindbody has been suggested to convey the real state of things. Not even in the West is mind-body thinking completely new. In one of Plato's dialogues, Socrates quotes a Thracian doctor's criticism of his Greek colleagues: "This is the reason why the cure of so many diseases is unknown to the physicians of Hellas; they are ignorant of the whole. For this is the great error of our day in the treatment of the human body, that physicians separate the mind from the body. "You cannot split mind from body, said Socrates-nearly two and a half millennia before the advent of psychoneuroimmunoendocrinology!'" 
(MateĢ, 2003, p. 9). 

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