Rebekah Jones
Peachtree City
Specializations: Men and Women, Children and Teens, Parenting, Life Transitions, Anxiety, Depression

Rebekah is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with GROW Counseling. She received her MA in Mental Health Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts and her BA in Psychology from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Prior to joining GROW, Rebekah gained many years of clinical experience working with families in situations of crisis, providing intervention and support for those struggling with interpersonal conflict, communication issues, divorce, trauma and substance abuse.

In her work, Rebekah integrates a variety of therapeutic approaches, tailoring sessions to the unique needs and personality of each individual client. She values treating the whole person and works to develop a trusting relationship where her clients feel safe and heard. Rebekah is passionate about people and enjoys working with individuals of all ages and life stages, joining with them as they journey from places of pain or feeling “stuck” and moving towards healing and growth.

Rebekah’s areas of expertise include:

Children and Adolescents – anxiety, depression, social and behavioral problems, school-related concerns, self esteem, self harm, suicidal ideation

Men and Women – anxiety, depression, relationships, role, identity, establishing work/life balance, family of origin issues, religious trauma

Parents – parent-child relationship, boundaries, parenting skills

Families – conflict, communication, divorce, stage of life transitions

Rebekah lives in the Atlanta area with her husband and 3 daughters. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking and tackling DIY projects.

Rebekah is licensed in Georgia and Florida.