Rebecca Werts, LPC Associate
Supervised by Cynthia Thompson, LPC-S


  • Who I Am

    I am a daughter, sister, friend, and auntie! Currently residing in the Dallas area, I hail from the West! Moving from Colorado to Texas was a catalyst for my personal and professional journey. I found a new meaning for life here in Texas, and it’s even better that I have a huge extended family here!

  • What I Do

    I join alongside clients to cultivate a space where they rediscover their voice, their identity, and their passion for life. I love working with adolescent girls and adult women by empowering them to identify messages that have shaped their current belief system, while collaborating with them to create meaningful change in their life. I am especially intentional with addressing various forms of trauma, self-esteem, and how individuals relate to others and themselves.

  • Why I Do It

    I believe one’s past does not have to determine their future. I also believe that one does not have to accept the labels placed on by life, others, and experiences. “Thriving in authenticity” is the message I hope to reveal to each client I work with. Lastly, I believe that self-compassion and grace are key ingredients for wholeness.


Selecting the right therapist or coach is important and we know it. Here's a bit about my vibe.


Our therapeutic relationship is extremely important to me. Before jumping into the core of our work, it is important to me to establish trust, care, and a courageous space with you.


It is important to me that you receive the best out of your therapeutic experience. In that regard, I am intentional with the interventions I provide. I will ensure counseling is tailored and unique to your needs and goals.


Not only do I believe in the value of working through life’s challenges, but I also want to celebrate your wins! Choosing to embark on a journey of healing can be hard, scary, and unpredictable. It can also be liberating, refreshing, and transformative. I want you to know that I truly am cheering for you to win…not just in therapy, but in life.


Below are the services I offer at Chill Counseling. If you think I'd be a fit for something you don't see below, please reach out! If I can't do it, we may know someone who can!


Your investment is $140 for 50-minute therapy sessions. 

(Teens may access 40-minute sessions at a rate of $115.)



We offer a limited number of reduced investment spots for clients with financial need.


I am qualified to counsel a variety of challenges. Below are just a few areas I help clients with most.

Trauma & EMDR

Difficult experiences may leave us feeling lost and unlike ourselves. Trauma therapy can help you process the past to move forward to the future you deserve.

Self-Esteem &
Body Image

We live our entire lives in our bodies. Sometimes, we forget to love those bodies due to the messages we receive. Therapy can help.


Whether lifelong or a recent experience, this may look like worrying a lot, struggling with intrusive thoughts, and/or often feeling restless.

Grief & Loss

Loss is one the most difficult challenges we face in life and it can greatly alter how we navigate the world. Some loss can be traumatic and therapy can help you through this time.

Rebecca earned her B.A. in Psychology in 2013 and her M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2019, both from the University of North Texas (UNT). She is now pursuing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education from UNT. As a 4th year doctoral student, Rebecca has engaged in research, leadership, and advocacy opportunities, and has experience in undergraduate instruction and departmental administration. Rebecca has over five years of clinical work in the non-profit sector and community-based settings and almost 10 years of experience in higher education.

Her clinical experience includes counseling adults, adolescents, and groups. Rebecca centers her speaking, writing, and program development around mental health and education. She is specifically passionate about mental health and wellness for Black women. Her areas of focus and experience include grief/loss, anxiety, body image, self-esteem, faith and mental health, domestic violence, and various forms of trauma. A Denver, CO native, Rebecca now resides in the Dallas, TX area. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, writing, spending time in nature, listening to podcasts, and content creation.


Just a little bit more about my professional background


Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling,
University of North Texas

Ph.D in Counselor Education, University of North Texas
in progress, 4th year


Licensed Professional Counselor Associate #86027
Supervised by Cynthia Thompson, LPC-S #20182

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