Calming | Attentive | Centered
Rebecca has a remarkable background in counseling and psychology where she practiced as a therapist for 10 years and as an adjunct instructor of Psychology for 26 years. The death of her mother brought her through the doors of O’Connor and into the consideration of a new career path. Deeply understanding the vulnerable state of grievers, being one herself, Rebecca felt a pull to provide the same comfort that she received here.
She fills her personal time with classical music, piano playing and singing harmony. She is also an avid reader with a focus on history, biographies and an emphasis on World War II. Rebecca also loves spending time hiking and is a lover of animals, particularly dogs and horses.
Her life is guided by a verse from the Bible, “Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves.” (Philippians 2:3)