Rebecca Berg, MFT
Do you live in constant FEAR?
Are you overwhelmed by GRIEF?
Do you find yourself feeling SAD, IRRITABLE, WITHDRAWN, or LONELY?
Are you a teen who feels like you DON’T BELONG?
As a parent of a teen, do you have QUESTIONS ABOUT THERAPY?
Are you an overwhelmed mom IN NEED OF SUPPORT?
Suppose you can identify with any of these statements.
In that case, you may be suffering from the effects of trauma/abuse, grief/loss, depression/anxiety, or having trouble dealing with the pressures of being a teen or a mother.
It is perfectly okay to seek out help.
My motivation—As humans, we seek love and acceptance to become whole. Somewhere in our lives, we become broken due to external circumstances beyond our control or choices we have made. But, I believe this brokenness can be healed through relationships. The therapeutic relationship offers this healing.
How does the therapy process work?
We will meet together at least weekly to determine what is holding you back from living the happy, fulfilling life you were meant to live. I provide a supportive, nonjudgmental environment where you can work on your chosen goals. We will process the trauma, abuse, anxiety, grief, or depression and help you gain acceptance for your current situation. It may be scary and painful at times, but it will be worth it in the end. Hopefully, through our relationship, you will start to feel that you are no longer alone and will gain the freedom you deserve.
Therapy Services Provided
Orange County Therapist Supporting Neighboring Communities
My office is located in Brea, near the 57 freeway and the Brea mall. I serve the areas of Yorba Linda, Anaheim Hills, Placentia, Fullerton, La Habra, Whittier, La Mirada, Orange, Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Los Angeles County, and Orange County.
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