Rebekah Coval (Associate Therapist)

Rebekah Coval (she/her) is a graduate of Divine Mercy University where she focused on the intersection between mental health and spirituality. She is interested in issues related to faith, religious trauma, sexual shame, discernment, loss, and chronic illness. She also loves working with couples and new mothers, drawing on her previous experience as a birth doula.

Rebekah is working towards her certification in dance movement therapy and believes that the body gives us invaluable information that can be used as a part of the therapeutic process. She is interested in helping clients identify wounds, traumas, and fears that may be impacting the body’s ability to feel fully integrated and alive, whether in the context of a relationship or on an individual level. Her hope is to encourage and challenge her clients towards a deeper integration of body, mind and spirit.

Rebekah Coval (Associate Therapist)'s Resume

Licensure:

  • Pennsylvania: In graduate school working on her masters in mental health counseling

Rebekah Coval (Associate Therapist)’s Latest TIPs:

Creating Your Own Retreat
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Pregnant and Afraid
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Finding out that you’re pregnant can feel very scary. Even if you had been hoping for a child, whether now or at some point in the future, it is … Read More


Hiring a Doula
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If you are reading this, you or your partner are probably pregnant. Congratulations! You are also probably thinking about hiring a doula – great idea! For many people … Read More


Caring What Others Think
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No matter how secure we may be as individuals, it is natural to care what others think. It is through the responses of our caregivers that we first develop … Read More


The Psychological Impact of Lyme Disease
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Lyme disease is a tick-borne illness that, if left untreated, can impact the central nervous system and cause chronic systemic issues. When promptly caught, it is generally treated with … Read More