Rebecca Gorin, LMFT, APCC 5667

Rebecca Gorin


Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Trauma Focused CBT (TFCBT)

Seeking Safety


Crisis Oriented Recovery Services CORS)

Violence Against Women

About Rebecca

Rebecca is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor. She received her Bachelors in Social Work from Arizona State University and then went on to get her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University. She has worked with people of various ages across the life span. She began her clinical experience in a Crisis Residential working with individuals experiencing a current crisis and co-occurring disorders. Here she provided psychotherapy, crisis intervention and ran bi-weekly therapeutic groups. These groups included: seeking safety, mindfulness and relapse prevention. She then went on to work at Didi Hirsch’s outpatient clinic. There she provided individual and family psychotherapy,
crisis intervention and care coordination services to individuals struggling with mental health, trauma, homelessness and co-occurring disorders. Rebecca then worked as a life coach and psychotherapist specializing in eating disorders, addiction, trauma and co-occurring disorders. Since then Rebecca has been working as the Lead Therapist in a IOP/PHP setting working with people experiencing treatment resistant depression, trauma, anxiety and co-occurring disorders both in individual and group settings. Additionally Rebecca continues to work in private practice with a focus on developmental trauma and PTSD.


Prior to her clinical experience, Rebecca worked as a Child Development Specialist in a crisis nursery with children experiencing homelessness. She was also a behavioral coach for children exhibiting disruptive behavior and teens in the juvenile justice system. Additionally, she worked with children and adolescents diagnosed with autism. During her Social Work Internship Rebecca developed and facilitated a group for at-risk teens and implemented mindfulness and stress reduction workshops in public schools. She was also involved in efforts to decrease and prevent substance abuse within the community. Additionally, she worked alongside her Professor at ASU conducting research on domestic sex-trafficking.


Rebecca is passionate about and skilled at working with relational and developmental trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, anger, substance abuse, and other self-defeating behaviors. She takes a relational and trauma informed approach with those with whom she works, believing that self- defeating behaviors often develop as a means for survival. Rebecca utilizes individualized and holistic interventions including a sensorimotor approach which supports the awareness and integration of the three levels of experience (body, emotions, cognition) to promote healing.


Rebecca empowers others to develop a healthy relationship with themselves, discover their authenticity and build a life they want to live.