Advocate for trauma, grief, suicide prevention, and evidence-based practices
Rebecca Granda, M.S.Ed., Ph.D., is a Licensed Counseling Psychologist that specializes in trauma, grief, suicide prevention, and evidence-based therapies. She provides Prolonged Exposure (PE) trauma therapy, which she learned while working with veterans and currently offers via telemedicine. She also provides components of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to patients that have difficulty regulating their emotions, have a history of crises, or have previously been diagnosed with a personality disorder. She is licensed in North Carolina, Florida, and New York and can provide telemedicine to residents of these locations.
She has been intensively trained in DBT PE, a type of trauma therapy for individuals that may benefit from DBT. She also has experience providing therapy to individuals with depression and anxiety, as well as severe mental illness. Her approach is to develop a therapy model that fits the patient's treatment goals, where she is able to use Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, or Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She received her doctoral degree from Louisiana Tech University, masters and undergraduate degrees from the University of Miami, and graduated from an APA-accredited program and completed an APA-accredited internship. She was an adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Pace University in New York City. Rebecca is a member of the North Carolina Psychological Association and the Western North Carolina Psychological Association. She has been a therapist for over 10 years, has lived in many diverse cities, and enjoys providing services for people of color and individuals that are part of the LGBTQ+ community.
Does your business need peer consultation? Do you need to discuss cases and diagnostic clarification? What about treatment planning and evidence-based practices?
Able to supervise students in Florida and New York, trained in CBT, DBT, ACT, PE and exposure therapy, specialized in PTSD, personality disorders, and suicide prevention
For teachers, parents, therapists, and professionals:
a. Prolonged Exposure Trauma Therapy
b. PTSD and Trauma
c. DBT therapy
d. Suicide & Risk Prevention
e. How to Validate Your Child so They Grow Up To Be Healthy Adults
f. Child Development
Accepting new patients in New York and Florida, North Carolina license pending. Only out-of-network and private pay patients accepted at this time.
Trained to provide Prolonged Exposure, evidence-based trauma therapy using a guided protocol for 10-15 weeks of intense trauma therapy for patients that have experienced psychological, physical, and/or sexual abuse. Includes weekly 90 minute sessions, homework, and a rating system to help make sure you are feeling better and therapy is effective.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) offered through individual therapy only at this time, focused on skill-building to increase distress tolerance, mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotion regulation. Typically for individuals that traditional therapy has been ineffective and these skills may be helpful.
Also provides Dialectical Behavior Therapy PE (DBT PE) for individuals that have experienced trauma and typical therapy has not been helpful and/or they have a history of more severe symptoms.
Sessions are typically $200 per 45 minute session and $300 for 90 minute session. Dr. Granda can provide a superbill to help with insurance reimbursement purposes.