Rebecca Goldberg, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Rebecca Goldberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) who specializes in treating mental health issues across the lifespan.
Ms. Goldberg is licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Ms. Goldberg attended Virginia Tech as an undergraduate, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
She attended The University of Maryland, Baltimore to complete her Master of Social Work with a specialization in Clinical Mental Health.
Ms. Goldberg works with children, adolescents, and adults in various therapy settings, including individual, group, and family. She has experience working with individuals and families impacted by the adoption and foster care system, juvenile court system, domestic violence, special education, residential treatment, and mental health hospitalization.
Ms. Goldberg encourages clients to be active in their therapy process. Ms. Goldberg is an empathic clinician who utilizes a non-judgmental approach to facilitate healing and growth.
Ms. Goldberg has training and experience in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE), Play Therapy, Filial Therapy, DIR/Floortime, Sand Tray, Expressive Therapies, Behavior Therapy, Social Skills and Psychodynamic Therapy.
Private Services Offered
- Child, Adolescent, Adult, and Family Evaluation and Psychotherapy
- Social Skills Groups
- Adult Process Groups
- Play Therapy
- Filial Therapy
- Expressive Therapy
- Behavior Management Plans for Home and School
- Parent Guidance
- School Consultation
Psychotherapy Treatment Specialties
- Treatment of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders
- ADHD and other learning difficulties
- Developmental delays
- Sensory integration challenges
- Social skill deficits
- Behavioral disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Mood disorders
- Trauma histories including neglect
- Sexual and physical abuse
- Adjustment disorders
- Self-esteem issues
- Grief and loss
- Anger management
- Parent-child relational issues