10801 S. Western Ave., Suite 2B | Chicago, Illinois  |   (708) 586-7357

Rebecca (Becca) Lustig (she/her)

"I help individuals feel comfortable, confident, and secure so that they can better show up for themselves and others on a day-to-day basis."

Rebecca (Becca) Lustig (she/her)

Part of the MQA family for the 2023/24 school year
Categorized under the following core areas of concern and title: , , , , , , , ,

Presenting Concerns – Children: Anxiety, Depression, Family Conflict, Life Transitions, Self Esteem

Presenting Concerns – Adults: Anxiety, Depression, Family Conflict, Life Transitions, Infertility, Perinatal Support, Self Esteem, Women’s Issues

After obtaining my bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I continued my education at Adler University, where I am currently a third-year student pursuing my doctorate in Clinical Psychology. My areas of clinical interest and specialty include anxiety, depression, self-esteem, life transitions, family conflict, infertility, perinatal support, and women’s health issues.

My ongoing therapeutic goal is to help clients build healthy coping skills, confidence, and relationships to work toward living a meaningful life in accordance with their values. I am honored to have the opportunity to work with individuals, couples, and families by listening, connecting, and holding a judgment-free space. I aim to create a warm and supportive environment where emotions and experiences can be explored collaboratively and openly. I utilize acceptance-based strategies and cognitive behavioral therapy tools to help clients develop skills while feeling supported and guided through the process.

In my free time, I enjoy trying new workout classes, eating ice cream, spending time with friends and family, and walking everywhere (while trying to beat the ETA of Apple Maps)!

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