Rebekah Coval (Associate Therapist)
Rebekah Coval (she/her) is an individual and couples therapist with a broad range of interests. She is especially interested in exploring interpersonal dynamics and working with clients to rebuild their sense of self after traumatic relationships or experiences. Other interests include issues related to spirituality, discernment, pregnancy/pregnancy loss, sexual shame, low self-esteem, and chronic pain/chronic illness. Rebekah recently spent a year working in Bolivia with adolescents who experienced sexual abuse, using psychodrama to help survivors find their voice. She is proficient in Spanish and can support Spanish-speaking clients who may struggle to express themselves fully in English.
Rebekah is also trained in dance movement therapy and believes the body provides invaluable information that can be used as a part of the therapeutic process. She helps clients explore their life stories and unconscious emotions through body awareness and movement. Rebekah seeks to foster a deeper integration of body, mind, and spirit in all of her clients.
- Pennsylvania: Working towards licensure, under supervision
Rebekah Coval (Associate Therapist)’s Latest TIPs:
Teen Depression: Teen Therapy in Philadelphia, Ocean City
If you are a teenager and struggling with depression, you are not alone. Teen depression is very common …
From Stress to Relaxation
From Stress to Relaxation (mindfulness therapy): Do you ever have a hard time calming down once your body is in high gear, whether it be from stress, fear, or …
Identifying Spiritual Bypassing
Spiritual bypassing – what is it? When we bypass something, we go around or avoid it. Spiritual bypassing, then, is the idea that we ignore our emotional needs by …
Reverse Culture Shock
Returning from a foreign country after an extended period can feel very disorienting and isolating. There is a general understanding that entering into a new culture, learning …
Authentic Self & Christianity
"Then Jesus said to His disciples, 'If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.” Matthew 16:24-2 …