M.A, NCC, LPC-Associate
Rebecca Million, M.A., NCC, LPC-Associate, attended the University of Texas at Austin where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education with a choral emphasis. During her time in education, she realized her passion for connecting with children and their families to promote well-being, enhanced relationships, and a positive sense of self. She completed her M.A. in Professional Counseling with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Texas State University.
Her background in schools and with music has shaped the way she works with clients, making her interested in looking at the big picture to notice how all the individual parts come together to form a unique whole. Rebecca has clinical experience both as a graduate-level intern and licensed counselor at the Children’s Advocacy Center. There, she provided trauma-informed care by working with children and their families where she provided play therapy, individual counseling with adolescents and adults, family counseling, group counseling, and parent consultations. Rebecca has worked with a variety of mental health concerns and life issues such as trauma, suicidal ideation, self-harm, grief, anxiety, depression, behavioral concerns, attachment ruptures, self-esteem concerns, and life transitions. She believes in co-creating a space with clients to unpack and explore their inner workings with a supportive and nurturing relationship to promote healing and growth.
In her personal life, Rebecca enjoys spending time with friends and family, music, cooking, doing yoga, and hiking the trails with her husband and dog.