Rebecca Bowers, MA, Youth & Family Counselor

counselor

 

Rebecca received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy, and is a Licensed Associate Marriage & Family Therapist. Her theoretical orientation is broad and utilizes Adlerian psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy; solution focused brief therapy, and a family systems approach.

 

Rebecca has over four years of experience working with children, adults, and families in a variety of settings including both hospital and private practice. Rebecca works from a strength based approach to help families build on their resources and learn the skills necessary to be healthy and successful.

 

Carrie Niles, MA, Youth & Family Counselor

Carrie received her Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota's School of Graduate and Professional Programs. Carrie's theoretical orientation to therapy includes perspectives from psychodynamic, humanistic, family systems, and multicultural theories. She has experience facilitating groups and treating children, youth, adults, and families in urban, suburban, and rural outpatient and community-based clinics, inpatient chemical health, and in-school/in-home therapy settings. With an approach grounded in relationship, Carrie believes deeply in clients' inherent strengths and wisdom. She seeks to build on those strengths and increase resiliency, while improving individual wellness and relational functioning.

 

Jason Siegel, MSW, LGSW, Youth & Family Counselor

Jason Siegel, MA received his Master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of St. Thomas, and is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker. Jason has been working with youth, adults, and families for 15 years, with a specific focus on young people struggling with trauma, mental health, and substance abuse concerns. He has experience serving clients in a variety of settings, including community-based clinics, inpatient treatment centers, and in-school or in-home therapy settings.
Jason supports clients on their path to recovery and wellness using a person-centered, strength-based perspective, and incorporating aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and family systems theory.

To schedule an appointment, please contact LC4YF’s front desk at 651-464-3685