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Rebecca Radcliffe

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)

"Based on my personal experiences with infertility and prenatal loss, I am passionate to provide empathic mind-body support to women and couples in their journey to parenthood and help them navigate infertility, perinatal/postnatal trauma, anxiety and depression."


Rebecca Radcliffe's approach is holistic and trauma informed, combining different traditional psychotherapy schools of talk therapy with more mindfulness, movement and energy-based psychotherapy techniques.


She believes that trauma, whether it derived from relational or situational origins, dysregulates our body and nervous systems and can lead to our nervous system being stuck. She helps clients to learn coping skills to manage their own physical body responses and emotional reactions.

The journey to parenthood can be a scary and isolating time. Rebecca believes that compassion and validation are at the core of the therapeutic relationship, which helps people to realize they are not alone in the journey.

"I am excited to to bring support, compassion and education to people struggling to cope with the journey to parenthood."

Since 2014 Rebecca Radcliffe has helped individuals and couples through therapy with issues related to anxiety disorders, addiction, depression, trauma, attachment, infertility, life transition, and relationship issues. 

As a certified Trauma Informed Yoga teacher, she offers yoga classes to clients and the community to help connect to their bodies and experiences through breath, movement, and meditation.

Rebecca is a Philadelphia native and diehard Eagles fan. She moved to Baltimore for college and has lived in Batimore/DC ever since. Her husband of 12 years and her are expecting their first child via IVF in March 2022.


In her free time, she is passionate about working out and Yogi. On the weekends she loves to travel to new places and go hiking and exploring.


  • LCPC, State of Maryland

  • Brainspotting Level 1 Certification

  • Trauma Informed Yoga Practitioner - 50 Hour certification with Bodywise Foundation

  • Level Two Usui Reiki Practitioner Certified via Phoenix Reiki and Wellness

  • Bachelors Degree in Psychology at Towson University

  • Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at George Washington University

  • Post graduate licensure hours in an outpatient addictions treatment center

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Rebecca Radcliffe's Therapy Services:


Individual Therapy

Schedule individual therapy with Rebecca by contacting her.


Sessions are typically weekly, for about 50 minutes. Most insurances and self-pay are accepted. 

Couples Therapy

Schedule couples therapy for assistance with your relationship by contacting Rebecca.


Sessions are typically weekly, for about 50 minutes. Most insurances and self-pay are accepted. 

Reviews of Rebecca Radcliffe's work

"I’ve completed a few of Rebecca’s Trauma Informed Yoga classes and I recommend them to any-one and everyone! It’s amazing how transformed you can feel in the comfort of your own home! They’re a great combination of mindfulness and physical exertion, with a touch of her gentle and kind personality. The classes bring a better awareness of where I hold my trauma in my body and my mind. I always feel lighter and more balanced after her sessions!"

- Shannon Robinson


"I am a colleague and fellow therapist who has known Rebecca Radcliffe personally & profession-ally for over 20 years. Rebecca is a compassionate and very skilled clinician. I highly recommend Rebecca, especially for treating anxiety & trauma related disorders."

- Heather Davidson


"For those looking for a deeply meditative and relaxing yoga class with instructive movement, Re-becca leads great classes focused on specific therapy purposes. She’s a great yoga coach that keeps you mindful of your body and informs you what muscles to focus on. Felt empowered and connected with myself by the end of the session."

 - Abisola A.