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Lighthouse Counseling Welcomes Rebekah Dingler as New Licensed Professional Counselor

Welcome Rebekah! Meet our new LPC, Rebekah! With over 12 years of experience, she specializes in trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and grief. Her focus on strengths and spiritual integration brings a unique approach to healing. Join us in welcoming Rebekah to the Lighthouse Counseling team!

Rebekah is a professionally licensed counselor (LPC) and advocate dedicated to helping individuals find restoration and healing in the therapy process. She specializes in serving men, women, and young adults struggling with trauma/post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and grief/loss. She has additional training in trauma/substance use, military culture, and veteran mental health to assist in providing a trauma-informed approach to services and compassionate care. Rebekah is dedicated to understanding what is important to the individual and how they feel it is affecting the various areas of their life. Rebekah focuses on the strengths of an individual as a building block to facilitate change and develops personal awareness so that individuals can gain insight into their needs.

Through techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), she helps individuals recognize negative thought patterns that influence their choices, communication, and relationships. With over twelve years of broad-based experience in providing therapy, skill development, and crisis management, Rebekah has cared for individuals from various walks of life in both in-patient hospitalization and community-based settings. Through her own personal faith walk, Rebekah realizes the importance of providing an opportunity where spiritual conversations can be integrated into care. She believes true restoration and healing come from recognizing who God has called you to be and walking in a personal relationship with Him.

Rebekah earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Emory University and a Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University.


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