Rebecca A. Courry, LCSW
(510) 846-9340 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca (LCSW66065) provides Cognitive Behavior Therapy to adults, especially those with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and problems with anxiety, including worry, panic, social anxiety, and phobias. She has training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD, and Harm Reduction for the treatment of unhealthy substance use/abuse. Rebecca also provides consultation to mental health professionals who want to strengthen their CBT skills.
Rebecca’s colleagues and clients describe her style as warm, collaborative and direct. She welcomes clients from all backgrounds and enjoys working with people of diverse faiths, cultures, ethnicities, gender identities and sexual orientations. She is body positive, gender affirming, and comfortable working cross culturally. She has extensive experience working with the LGBT2Q+ community and people in polyamorous relationships.
She has 8 years of post-graduate experience providing CBT in individual, group and intensive outpatient programs. Although anxiety is her area of particular interest, she also has experience working with trauma, grief, anger management and unhealthy substance use.
Training and Qualifications
Rebecca earned her Master of Social Welfare degree (MSW) with a Community Mental Health focus from the University of California, Berkeley in 2011. Her internships were with Civicorps in Oakland and San Mateo County Behavioral Health in Daly City. She completed her pre-licensure hours at Community Housing Partnership in San Francisco as an Intensive Case Manager and at Kaiser Permanente as an Adult Therapist. At Kaiser, she continued post-licensure as a therapist seeing individual patients, an emergency room consultant, a group leader, a member of the Quality Review Committee and a member of the Intensive Outpatient team. Prior to graduate school, she served on the Sonoma County Board of Mental Health, volunteered as a crisis counselor for survivors of sexual assault and taught leadership skills as a ropes course facilitator.
Quality of care and continued professional growth are high priorities for Rebecca and she regularly attends training intensives and consults with other clinicians to deepen her practice.
Rebecca is a member of the Northern California Cognitive Behavioral Therapists Association, the International OCD Foundation, the National Association of Social Workers and the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science.
Rebecca’s research interests include the importance of the client/therapist alliance, the impact of outcome measurement on therapist improvement, the relationship between frequency of therapy sessions and outcomes and psychotherapists’ adoption of evidence-based practices.