When you decide to come to therapy, you get to be vulnerable and explore the fears and tough feelings that you worry you can’t reveal to the people you love. Rebecca Arbach understands the need to be vulnerable and has created a safe place for those exploring their fears and feelings. She provides a warm, compassionate, and encouraging space with a healthy balance of support and guidance for those seeking therapy.
Rebecca has a passion for helping individuals discover their self-worth and assisting those who are determined to overcome life’s most challenging moments. She believes that everyone can heal, grow, and change if the desire is present. Rebecca is a firm believer that life can get better! It will take time and dedication, but real change is possible. Rebecca has an open-minded and relaxed approach that focuses on collaborating with her clients to best help them realize their full potential.
At Foundations Counseling, Rebecca Arbach works with a wide variety of clients who may be seeking services that include:
- Children and Adolescents – play therapy, autism therapy, attachment issues, self-esteem, school and family issues, social and relationship problems
- Life Transitions – geographical transition, job transition, miscarriage, natural and/or sudden loss of a child
- Individual Counseling – anxiety, empowerment, self-esteem, weight issues, issues of race and multiculturalism, perfectionism, assertiveness, abandonment issues, codependency, sexual abuse, trauma
- Family Relationships – adoptive and foster parenting, blended families, parenting challenges, sexual issues, family systems therapy, structural family therapy
- Marriage and Couples – communication, trauma and recovery, codependency, intimacy, alternative relationships
Rebecca Arbach earned her Master’s Degree from Fayetteville State University with a Master of Social Work. Rebecca completed her Bachelor of Social Work at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Rebecca is a member of her profession’s national honor society: Phi Alpha.
Rebecca Arbach has been devoted to the development of others for more than 5 years. She has previously worked with children with disabilities as well as developing family treatment plans. Rebecca’s interest in the field began when she volunteered as a Guardian ad Litem for children in foster care. She has extensive experience with children who have experienced trauma, domestic violence, and various forms of abuse. Rebecca also has experience working with military and post-military families struggling with a variety of issues including PTSD and infidelity.