Rebecca Aloni, LCPC is licensed in Maryland as a Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). Rebecca provides individual, group, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, social and interpersonal struggles, mood disorders, emotional dysregulation, self esteem, and opposition and anger related concerns.
Rebecca strives to provide compassionate and meaningful counseling services that empower her clients to overcome a myriad of life challenges. Rebecca has a kind yet patient demeanor that creates an optimal setting for her clients to feel comfortable discussing their deepest struggles. She takes care of her patients’ wellbeing and understands how stressful it can be to deal with depression, anxiety, social obstacles, relationship issues, and overall sense of hopeless and helplessness.Rebecca implements a variety of empirically supported therapeutic methods in her work including person-centered therapy that draws on extracting existing strengths. She also uses cognitive behavioral therapy that draws on challenging and shifting negative thinking patterns and maladaptive behaviors in hopes of creating healthy functioning skills.
Rebecca has worked in outpatient, intensive outpatient, and day treatment programs conducting assessments and intake interviews to determine diagnosis and treatment needs, developing innovative individualized treatment strategies to match treatment needs using empirically supported treatment interventions.
Rebecca believes that creating a non judgmental, safe and supportive environment is crucial in fostering a space for healing and personal growth. This process begins with building a trusting relationship with oneself and those around us. When we feel safe, we are better able to open up and explore different aspects of ourselves. Through this journey, we can begin to understand our past experiences and how they have shaped us. Rebecca’s ultimate goal is to empower individuals to uncover their best self, reclaim their voice, and lead a life of authenticity and purpose. Remember, healing takes time, so be kind and patient with yourself and trust the process.