Rebecca Walter, LPC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

Rebecca Walter is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), working under the clinical supervision of Krista Predragovich, PhD, LPCC-S.  She earned her A.A.S in American Sign Language Interpreting at Columbus State, her B.A. in Speech & Hearing Science at the Ohio State University, and her M.A. in Counseling at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio (MTSO).

Rebecca’s work focuses on helping clients respect, explore, and map their adaptive responses to what life has presented, and then develop alternatives. She is intimately familiar with the beauty and uncertainty of winding paths.  She honors the unique experiences and expressions of each person, recognizing that institutions have played both healthy and unhealthy roles in our sense of self, the world, and how we manifest our spirituality.  This includes family of origin, our concepts of ability and disability, health and illness, religion, language, gender, sexuality, race, and sensory perception. Rebecca’s training and professional counseling experience have focused on trauma and addiction.  She has been a counselor in a domestic violence and sexual assault response agency, and the group therapist in a Women’s Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient (PHP and IOP) Dual Diagnosis psychiatric program, working with PTSD, bipolar disorder, psychosis, and addiction.

Rebecca practices EMDR and draws from a variety of other approaches to fit the individual needs of each person, including DBT skills, ACT, Narrative Therapy, the CENAPS model of relapse prevention, and IPSRT for bipolar relapse prevention.  She actively supports work in DBT, 12-step, and SMART Recovery groups

Rebecca is fluent in American Sign Language.