Rebecca Klott, Ph.D
Dr. Rebecca Klott has been helping people with their struggles for over 22 years. She has had the honor of working with people as they learn to understand and manage the experiences of their lives. She strives to provide a safe, empathic, and secure environment where people can explore themselves, their feelings, and their relationships. Dr. Klott approaches each client with empathy and respect. She believes when we recognize our relational and behavioral patterns and understand how these patterns develop and are maintained, we can make a decision about whether to change them. Through this self-understanding, we can begin to learn new and better ways of being with ourselves and others.
Her training and philosophy of psychotherapy emphasizes the whole person including developmental, social, and relational concerns. She draws from psycho-dynamic, interpersonal process, and cognitive behavioral approaches. Rebecca has received focused training in providing clinical supervision, treating trauma reactions and development of post-trauma
resiliency, treating eating disorders, as well as working with individuals from the LGBTQ+ community. Additionally, Dr. Klott’s clinical interests include working with mental health professionals, sexuality and sexual concerns, the intersection of faith and mental health, as well as grief and loss reactions.
Dr. Rebecca Klott has been providing psychotherapy since 1996. She earned her Master of Arts (M.A.) in 1996. After practicing in community mental health settings with her MA for 11 years, she returned to school and earned her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) with an emphasis in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University in 2012. Dr. Klott is also a full member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.
Accepted insurance plans: BCBS, BCN, Cofinity, Aetna, ASR, Medicare, Out-of-Network, Private Pay
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Klott, please call her at 616-259-7207.