Rebecca Frele, LICSW Clinical Social Worker
Rebecca has a great passion for helping others process and cope with vulnerabilities using psychodynamic therapy. She works with adults with a wide range of clinical issues. However, her specialties include women’s mental health issues and perinatal mental health. Rebecca received additional training from Postpartum Support International and works with postpartum individuals to identify and cope with postpartum anxiety, depression, birth trauma, grief and loss, intrusive thoughts, and adjusting to new life roles. Rebecca also focuses on women’s issues including how women’s lives are gendered by societal expectations that create unfair and oppressive expectations for women to “do it all” without complaint. These expectations and dynamics can impact the social, emotional, relational, and mental wellbeing of women.
As a licensed independent clinical social worker, Rebecca approaches therapy as a tool to examine systems – both internal and external – in a person’s life and the way that these systems interfere with or support a person’s ability to cope with life’s challenges. She strives to create a safe, supportive and therapeutic space for clients to explore these challenges and achieve personal growth. Rebecca draws from various therapeutic approaches to work with her clients to create a plan that celebrates the client’s strengths and addresses the client’s goals for treatment.
She believes that with empathy and hope, the therapeutic relationship can help individuals find purpose and inner meaning. Rebecca Frele can be reached at 603-668-3050 Ext *29.