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Rebecca Radcliffe

Rebecca Radcliffe


Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)

"As someone with personal experience with infertility and prenatal loss, my passion is in providing empathetic, mind-body support to individuals and couples in their journey to parenthood, to help them navigate infertility, perinatal/postnatal trauma, as well as anxiety and depression.


Our society is no longer set up as a ‘village’ to help support new parents. Friends and family don’t always know what to say or how to support us through this journey, leading us to feel more alone and invalidated in our experiences.


I aim to provide a safe, unfiltered therapy space where my clients can speak freely about all the complicated emotions that comes along with the perinatal journey, without the fear of judgments or expectations of ‘how they should feel.’"

Rebecca utilizes a holistic, mind body and neuroscience-based approach to therapy, emphasizing the interconnection between all five spheres of health (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social health). Her approach includes traditional talk therapy, mindfulness, Brainspotting, and principles from Yoga and Polyvagal Theory to help cope with symptoms of anxiety and depression, and desensitize the physiological trauma response.


Rebecca uses Narrative Therapy and Birth Story Processing to help cohesively process your birthing story from pre-conception, through pregnancy to labor/delivery and postpartum, honoring the recollection of each stage in your journey to parenthood.  She also places a strong emphasis on teaching self-advocacy skills to help you navigate the complexities of the perinatal medical system.


Rebecca is a Philadelphia native and diehard Eagles fan. She moved to Baltimore for college and grad school and has lived in Baltimore/DC ever since. She and her husband of 14 years welcomed their daughter in February 2022 through IVF. In her free time, she is passionate about Orange Theory Fitness, hiking, spending time friends and family, and practicing Yoga. She loves to travel and explore new places. :)

Licenses & Certifications

  • Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) State of Maryland

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in State of Pennsylvania

  • Brainspotting Level 1 & 2 Certification

  • 16-Hour Perinatal Brainspotting Certification “Connecting the Rainbow”

  • 50-Hour Certification Trauma Informed Yoga Practitioner from Bodywise Foundation

  • 2-Day Cognitive Processing Therapy Certification

  • Level 1 & 2 Usui Reiki Practitioner Certified via Phoenix Reiki and Wellness

  • Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at George Washington
    University 2011

  • In Process—85 Hour Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Teacher Certification from Mamata
    Yoga ---estimated completion Dec 2023

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Rebecca Radcliffe's Services:

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Individual Therapy​


Meet one-on-one with Rebecca to work through the many, and varied, struggles along the reproductive journey.


Rebecca's Specialties: Infertility, Perinatal loss, Pregnancy Support, Pregnancy Support after Loss, Birth Trauma, Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders, and Relationship Struggles.

Couples Therapy​

Meet as a couple to learn new ways to navigate to good and the challenging times in your relationship. Whether trying to conceive a child, after experiencing loss, during pregnancy or parenthood - it's never a bad time to get started. 

Group Therapy​

Rebecca leads a therapy group, "Journey to Conceive: 8-Week Therapy Group

for those Experiencing Infertility and Loss". 

Rebecca currently accepts BCBS/Carefirst, Cigna, Aetna and Optum Insurances + Self-pay.

Superbills are provided for those seeking reimbursement from their insurance companies.

Contact Rebecca@WombRoom.Mom or using the button below:

Yoga Workshop for Infertility & Loss

Yoga is a highly effective method of working through the trauma, uncertainty and loss of control while trying to conceive. This workshop includes a trauma-informed yoga sequence and therapeutic process discussion to begin to cope through these difficult experiences, within your community.

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.

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