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Rebekah Hsieh, LPCC

Rebekah Hsieh, LPCC


Licensed in CA #6783
Insurances Accepted: Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Health Net/MHN
Speaks mandarin
I am passionate about cultivating a healing connection to help individuals perceive their greatest selves and to know that they matter.

My Therapy Style

In helping people, I lean toward a strengths-based, attachment, and systems approach. I strongly believe that a significant change in one person can impact the entire system. I also believe that a holistic, mindfulness and cognitive approach coupled with behavioral changes is effective for many clients. Additionally, I interweave my trauma-informed background to support clients through their presenting concerns. I believe that each of is a unique being. I thoroughly enjoy partnering with my clients throughout the therapeutic process while addressing their objectives for therapy.

Ultimately, I believe in the power of connection. The relationships we have with others influence our health, thoughts, feelings, or stories we tell about ourselves. I am passionate about cultivating a healing connection to help individuals perceive their greatest selves so they know that they matter.

Education & Training

BA - Early Childhood Education, Concordia University

MA - Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, Webster University

EMDR Trained

Get to Know Me

What are your interests outside of work?

I maintain an active lifestyle with running, stand up paddle board, hiking or traveling. I also have a deep appreciation for the performing arts (theatre, dance, music) and recently completed the Adult Advanced Level for California's Certificate of Merit for Piano Performance. I try to keep up with my piano practice amidst a busy schedule. I enjoy cooking or entertaining for family and friends or settling down with a good book.

What book have you read more than once?

Love Does and Everybody Always by Bob Goff. It is the power of saying, "yes," to something or anything that presents itself. It has encouraged flexibility of the mind and heart, ultimately showing how wonderful opportunities and enriching life lessons come when you have an open mind.

Favorite organization/non-profit?

City of Hope Medical Center in Duarte, CA for cancer research and treatment. Doctors that work there are so kind and compassionate; their cutting edge research has saved countless lives since its operation began.

How do you recharge?

It's important for me to stay hydrated, eat healthily, run, connect with loved ones and rest.