Rebecca Bradley, LCPC, LMFT, LMHC, NCC

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About Rebecca Bradley

As a proud graduate from Gonzaga’s Marriage and Family Counseling Program, I practice as a family therapist.  It’s not about the age, but about the relationships.  As I work through an attachment theory lens, I focus on development of your sense of self, relationship with others, and connection, connection, connection.  When you feel lost, lonely, or disconnected, that increases feelings of anxiety and depression.  I believe we develop a sense of who we are through interactions and experiences with others.  I love working with children through art, play, and talk therapies.  I work with adolescents to help them understand their values, experiences, and identities.  I join parents in their search to parent lovingly and bond.  I connect with couples and guide them to turn towards one another, rather than away.  (Though sometimes, turning away is what’s right for the couple, and I help them do so with compassion and respect).  My work with you will focus on emotions: identifying, clarifying, understanding, sharing, expressing, and feeling….I often hear, “I don’t do emotions,” but then I find they go there, and they feel surprised, relief, and…better.

As I have worked with many clients ranging from age 4 to 70, I have learned that it always comes back to relationships and connection. My clients teach me about life and experiences every day and I am honored to be trusted with their life stories. The thread that connects each one, is the need for love. I started this practice to continue hearing life stories, assist in healing, and to commit to life-long learning from both you and research. I am passionate about mental health and am dedicated to ongoing research, learning, and trainings to be the best I can be for both myself and you. What I offer you is compassion, empathy, interest, curiosity, care, research led interventions, partnership, collaboration, safety, non-judgment, and honesty.

We are unique, and yet we all need the same things. Come see me, tell me your story, and let’s connect.


  • Master of Arts, Marriage and Family Counseling, Gonzaga University
  • Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT): Attachment-Based Interventions to Treat Trauma, Anxiety, and Depression Training: Sue Johnson
  • Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship Training: Roy Hodgson
  • Emotionally Focused Therapy Core Skills Training: Kathryn de Bruin
  • EMDR training: Nicole Nestor-Gray / EMDRIA Approved
  • Nationally Certified Counselor
  • Member of ICEEFT The International Centre For Excellence In Emotionally Focused Therapy
  • Member of IAMFC International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors
  • Member of ACA American Counseling Association
  • Member of EMDRIA EMDR International Association

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