About Rebecca: Rebecca Eldredge, PhD

Dr. Rebecca Eldredge has been providing therapy for more than 17 years in a variety of settings including her independent practice, university counseling centers, community mental health agencies, and partial hospitalization programs.  She enjoys offering individual, couples, and group therapy services to adults (age 18 and up).  She also has extensive experience and passion for providing professional trainings and workshops on a wide variety of topics including (but not limited to) diversity issues and cultural sensitivity.

Rebecca completed both her M.A. and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (APA accredited).  Rebecca completed a full-time, APA-accredited, predoctoral internship at University of Oregon’s counseling center in Eugene, Oregon.  Subsequently, Rebecca moved to Houston, TX where she completed a Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Houston’s Counseling and Psychological Services before beginning her independent practice in Houston. She is now located in Traverse City, Michigan.

Prior to her graduate training, Rebecca had completed her B.A. in psychology at Alma College and had worked predominantly with adolescents and juvenile delinquents through community counseling centers, school systems, and social service agencies.

Rebecca has taught adjunct for the University of Houston's and Our Lady of the Lake's graduate psychology programs and has worked with refugees in Houston through Interfaith Ministries.  In addition, she volunteered with the Red Cross during Hurricane Ike and provides professional workshops and diversity trainings. 

She is a member of American Psychological Association and adheres to the ethical principles and guidelines as outlined by APA in all of her professional roles.  

Personally, Rebecca enjoys a variety of passions in addition to her work.  A few of these include music, nature, and travel.

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