Rebecca Share, PsyD
Director of Clinical Training
Rebecca is a clinical psychologist at Beit T'Shuvah, helping residents to heal both emotionally and mentally. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Rebecca attended the University of Colorado, Boulder and graduated with a BA in Psychology. She received her Doctorate in Psychology from The California School of Professional Psychology in 2010.

Rebecca completed her training at the HELP Group and at the Airport Marina Counseling Service, working with children, teens, and families. She also received extensive training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at the Wright Institute of Los Angeles. For nine months she worked in Philadelphia with Jewish Children and Family Services building and implementing a program based around healthy sexuality for adults with special needs. In 2011 she began working as a therapist at Beit T'Shuvah and has begun working to build a program and Curriculum for the future Breslow Institute. Some of her other duties at Beit T'Shuvah include coordinating therapy services, providing therapist interns with training and recruiting new therapists.





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