Rebecca (Becky) Kinnunen

LCSW (Illinois)

LISW, MSW (Wisconsin)

LCSW (Ohio)

School-Based Therapist

About

Becky is a licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience working with a wide range of clinical needs, including substance use. She provides therapeutic services to people across the life span, including children, adolescents and adults. 

Her approach to therapy is empowering, creative, and collaborative.  She believes in the importance of building a therapeutic relationship in order to provide a healthy environment that creates a safe and non-judgmental space where one can freely express themselves and make positive changes.  

By providing a supportive environment, her goal is to empower one to identify individual strengths and understand how to use their strengths to successfully overcome challenges.  

Becky enjoys working with people who want to alleviate stress, decrease depression and anxiety by identifying and working through negative thought patterns and creating more joy and passion in their lives. She is committed to treating everyone with respect and compassion in order to create a safe place where clients can explore their experiences, thoughts, feelings, hopes and goals.  

She has worked in the behavioral health field for over 17 years in a variety of settings, including: inpatient, outpatient, day treatment, intensive out patient, in home, nursing home, assisted living facility, and university settings. 

To see current license information for this therapist please visit the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board License Verification website here and type their name in the search box.

Specialties

"I need someone to talk to"Identity FormationLow Confidence/Self-esteemWomen's ConcernsSubstance Abuse/AddictionsStress ManagementSelf-Harming/Suicidal ThoughtsSchool ProblemsParenting Concerns/EducationPanic & AnxietyOccupational ConcernsMood ConcernsLife ChangesLGBTQIA (Gender and Sexual Identity)Grief & BereavementFamily ConcernsConflict ResolutionBody ImageAnxiety & DepressionAnger ManagementAddiction Recovery