Rebekah Hartman

Rebekah Hartman

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Rebekah Hartman

MSW, LCSW

“Find yourself again, not because you are broken, but because you are a divine design that is wanting to remember its wholeness and brilliance”. -Jennifer Kass

Clinical Social Worker In McKinney Tx

Let’s start with the basics, shall we? My name is Rebekah Hartman. I am a licensed clinical social worker who has been working with adults, children, adolescents and families for over 6 years.

I am part of the Texas Sand Play Society and the C.G. Jung society. And I have been part of the Dallas School of Metaphysics for 3 years.

I have personal experience in the areas of; grief, alcoholic family dynamics, codependency, al-anon, surviving a parent’s suicide, surviving marital affairs, and teen pregnancy.

I have prior experience working with youth in the juvenile system (general offenders, sex offenders, and substance use offenders). I worked closely with these families through group counseling in order to aid in the preparation of their youth transitioning back home and back into society in a successful way. I also have prior experience working with runaway and homeless youth and hospice patients.

I enjoy working with adults, children and adolescents in all areas, however, more interest in the areas of; depression, anxiety, maladaptive behavior, life transition, codependency, grief, feminine empowerment and those in the end of life stage.

The orientation of my therapeutic approaches are rooted in a Jungian, existential, holistic, spiritual/universal, and mindfulness foundation.

In session I will use a variety of techniques and approaches, such as, but not limited to: sand play, dream interpretation, meditation, deep breathing, thought identification, schemas, behavior modification, expressive art and play, etc.

As a young child I remember writing down my dreams and trying to uncover the meaning behind them. I always felt that dreams were valuable and sacred and as I grew into adulthood I started studying the unconscious. I found that the unconscious parts of ourselves are directly linked to the soul. And with that being said, the soul parts of ourselves have a very strong longing to shift in order to become closer to our divine blueprint..our highest self. We are all able to reach this higher state of being by accessing and honoring the unconscious. I respect the unconscious and what the unconscious can activate and uncover in the therapeutic journey, which is why I have directed my career passions and my focus of expertise to sand play therapy and dream work. Both of which activate the unconscious by using its very own sacred language of symbols.

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What I strive to give my clients the most is a free and protected space to emote all of which that has been hiding in the shadows and causing pain and suffering. I will give my best efforts to provide that protected space in session for all of my clients.

For me, I feel the grand outcome of counseling isn’t really about “change” or “fixing” a certain symptom or behavior. It’s really not about “change” at all; it’s more about remembering. Remembering and coming back home to our wholeness as we were as an infant, before life traumas fractured and wounded us in a way that caused a split from our highest self. And these splits being what caused us to forget that we are limitless beings capable and worthy of all desires and happiness. Join me in remembering.

 

Quotes

“Find yourself again, not because you are broken, but because you are a divine design that is wanting to remember its wholeness and brilliance”. -Jennifer Kass

And lastly I would like to leave you with my personal mantra; “To become a whole functioning self, not dependent on any person, place or thing, for peace, contentment and security” –School of Metaphysics

Education

Texas A&M University-Commerce (BSW)

Texas A&M University- Commerce (MSW)

Licenses and Certification

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW

CCA Therapist Since

Joined CCA in 2015

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