Rebekah is a survivor of many different types of trauma, from leaving a sexually abusive religious cult, to dealing with many personal and familial loses, to trying to deal with difficult situations and emotions by turning to substances and unskillful behaviors. Understanding that trauma has a biological impact, Rebekah has struggled with fibromyalgia, a seizure disorder, chronic migraines, IBS and PTSD. She works from an experiential level to help anyone dealing with any sort of trauma which is present currently, or for which they still struggle from the past. Rebekah is trained in mindfulness practices by numerous teachers and works to make people and organizations more trauma-informed. Rebekah has worked with Northwest Buddhist Recovery, Eight Step Recovery, Refuge Recovery, Worldwide Insight and Washington Recovery Alliance as well as with the LGBTQ community. She is on the board of Journey Care and Legacy, Inc. Rebekah is currently studying to become a Clinical Traumatologist and Medical Intuitive and is founding a nonprofit called Mindful Trauma Recovery and Wellness.
Rebekah does all of her work on a voluntary basis, coming from the Buddhist concept of dana, or generosity, and her work is done on a purely donation basis; any larger donations will allow her to help individuals who otherwise may not be able to afford this kind of help.