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Rebecca Brown, LMHCA,CRC

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Rebecca (Becca) has almost two decades of experience working with people with developmental, intellectual, neurological and/or physical disabilities as well as comorbid mental health concerns. Becca received a Masters degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling and an additional Masters degree in Disability Studies from the University of Buffalo. Her practicum and internship training included providing mental health counseling sessions to teens and adults with Autism at TEACCH in Carrboro and working with Autistic individuals residing at the Carolina Living and Learning Center in Pittsboro. Additionally, Becca has worked as both a direct service provider and as a supervisor in residential group homes for individuals ranging from teen through elder years. She also worked in respite with Autistic children and teenagers.


Becca has expertise in the following areas:




Adjustment to new diagnosis


Chronic illness



Anger management

Emotional regulation

Executive functioning

Grief and loss 


Identity issues 


Mindfulness practice 

Relationship skills

Stress management


Behavioral supports and management


Becca understands the importance of creating a safe, non-judgmental and genuine space. Coming from a strength-based perspective, she fosters intrinsic skills and encourages new strategies to navigate life’s challenges; helping individuals struggling with self-acceptance to work towards living authentically. Becca utilizes these approaches holistically, tailoring each session to fit the unique needs of each individual, while drawing on the theoretical orientations of ACT, DBT, CBT and MI. 

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