Becky (she/they) is a registered psychology associate and Postdoctoral Fellow under the supervision of Dr. David Goode-Cross. Becky has experience working with adults in university counseling centers and community mental health settings, and conducting culturally-sensitive neuropsychological and psycho-educational assessments with adults and children in outpatient and school settings. Further, she has experience supporting sensory integration needs of neurodivergent clients.
Becky’s clinical interests include LGBTQIA+ identity development, autism spectrum disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), depression, anxiety, and trauma. Additionally, she enjoys working with clients navigating non-traditional relationship structures such as polyamory and various forms of non-monogamy.
Becky takes a client-centered, trauma-informed, resilience-based, and sex-positive approach to therapy. They utilize an integrative approach that is tailored to the concerns of each client, often bringing in aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, dialectical behavior therapy, and social justice. Becky also practices trans-affirmative narrative exposure therapy with clients who are seeking to further explore current and past experiences of discrimination and non-acceptance related to gender identity. She offers Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy with clients who have OCD.
BS, The College of Saint Scholastica (psychology)
MA, University of St. Thomas (counseling psychology)
PhD (in progress), Howard University (clinical psychology)