This is an invitation to slow down and make space for deeper intimacy. When you slow down you restore your ability to sense the dis-ease in your life and relationships. First, you learn to tolerate sensing these uncomfortable aspects of how you show up to the world, your relationships and within your self. Then, you begin to nurture your own innate abilities to gently and compassionately hold and soothe your self. Deep growth begins when you compassionately observe your pain as information it is and tend to those parts of your self and your relationships with loving attention. It’s a heart-centered intuitive practice of restoration of self and all that is dear to you.

Truth is, all of the attachments and losses you’ve experienced throughout your life —especially with the people with whom your stories entwine— make up the heart of who you are. Everything from your own birth and childhood, through your emerging awareness of your own sexual self, your exploration of parenthood, mating and life partnership… And you hold those experiences in the shape of the stories you tell yourself. We’ll explore those stories — and how those stories affect your relationships today. In the process, I’ll help you take charge of regulating the overwhelm and vulnerability that keeps you and your relationships stuck in a loop. Our goal is for you to find your way back to your self and into deep integrated intimacy, playfulness, and meaning into your relationship, family and daily life.

Click here to watch a video of Rebecca explaining this work.


Relationship therapy sessions are offered for individuals and couples mid-week, daytime hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursday between the hours of 9 and 5 in Rebecca’s private therapy office or secure video conferencing (virtual therapy availability is limited to NY state residents)

Intensives are offered Friday-Monday at Menla Resort and Spa in Phoenicia NY

Professional mentorship is offered in group and individual settings virtually or in person, by appointment. Therapy is also offered to professionals in NY state, and a range of in-person/online workshops or events.

Rebecca is currently scheduling interviews for clients ready to begin working together in 2019. Click here to book your interview.


15-minute initial phone interview, FREE

45-minute session for individual therapy, $175

90-minute session for individual or couple therapy, $325

180-minute intensive session for individual or couple therapy, $600

Contact Us for rates on customized Connectfulness® retreats and intensives

Professional consultation rates begin at $222

We accept full fee at or before the time of service via cash, check, debit, cash, check, debit, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express. FSA/HSA cards can also be accepted for therapy sessions. We do not bill for services, or carry account balances.


We do not accept insurance. Upon your request a superbill will be provided so you can submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. Submitting a superbill for reimbursement may carry a degree of risk to confidentiality, privacy, or to future capacity to obtain health or life insurance or employment.

Medicare recipients: Rebecca has opted-out of providing services through the medicare program which means that out of network reimbursements will not be available.

Relationship Therapy may not be reimbursed by your insurance company. We make no guarantees about the level of reimbursement you may receive. It's your responsibility to research insurance coverage before beginning therapy. We recommend that you consult your insurer and research the following:

  • Do I have out-of-network mental health insurance benefits?
  • Are services rendered by a licensed clinical social worker covered?
  • Is any pre-approval required before obtaining out-of-network mental health services in order to be reimbursed?
  • If I have out-of-network insurance benefits, will I be reimbursed the full amount I paid or a portion?
  • Do I have a deductible and if so, what is it?
  • Does my insurer cover the procedural code 90847 AND the relational Z-Code 63.0 for relationship therapy?