Education & Experience

Rebecca Neubauer received a Master of Arts in Social Service Administration and a certificate in Health Administration and Policy with a Concentration in Global Health from the University of Chicago. After graduate school, Rebecca obtained her Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPSC), which enables her to work in a public school setting as a social worker in the state of California. She is licensed as a clinical social worker in the state of California and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the NASW - California Chapter. Rebecca's license number is LCSW78955 and her PPSC number is 170044870.

Rebecca interned and earned her hours for licensure in various settings. While in graduate school, her training included working at an elementary school and an internship at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago's Inpatient Psychiatry Unit. After graduate school, while accumulating her hours, Rebecca worked at Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Services, where she provided individual, group, and family therapy. Afterwards, Rebecca went on to work as a Psychiatric Social Worker at Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) where she provided a wide array of services, including individual, group, and family counseling services, crisis intervention, mental health consultation, professional development presentations, and parent workshops. Currently, in addition to her private practice, Rebecca works at the UCLA Rape Treatment Center where she provides group therapy and crisis intervention to survivors of sexual abuse and/or assault.

During her training and work experience, Rebecca became certified in the following evidence-based practice interventions: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral TherapyManaging and Adapting PracticesSeeking SafetyCrisis-Oriented Recovery Services, Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools, and Families OverComing Under Stress. Rebecca has also received training in various other interventions that can be utilized in treatment, including, but not limited to, Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Traumatized ChildrenCognitive Processing Therapy, Coaching for Emotional Intelligenceplay therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness