REBECCA STEIN BIOGRAPHY
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Rebecca Stein joins The Musselman Institute (TMI) as an Associate after discovering her passion for mind-body wellness when exploring her own physiological challenges that impacted her everyday happiness. Turns out, stress management made the fundamental difference and she wanted to help others find their own answers where general medicine and psychiatry could not. She has extensive training in stress management and burn-out from UCLA’s MPCCC (Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center) and The Pain Psychology Center. She integrates her in-depth experience in processing grief, loss and depression – due to death, chronic illness, new motherhood, caregiving, relationship struggles, work stressors, aspirational challenges and childhood adversity – into her work to help her clients find the motivation to move forward to flourish in their lives. In her spare time she volunteers alongside physicians, psychologists, and other therapists at chyp, a non-profit helping teenagers and young adults use creative healing and social connection to reduce pain, feel empowered, and improve daily functioning. Rebecca holds a Masters in Clinical Social Work from the prestigious USC and a B.S. in Psychology with a minor iChild and Family Development from the University of Georgia. Fee $175-150. Supports PPO insurance.