Licensed Clinical Psychologist: PSY32456
Rebekah So, Psy.D.
Dr. So is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with special interest in ADHD.
Dr. So earned her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology along with a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Biola University’s Rosemead School of Psychology in Southern California. She additionally earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Training and Experience
Dr. So gained supervised experience during her graduate training working with adults in college counseling centers and outpatient community mental health. She has had the opportunity to work with undergraduate, graduate, and International students of various ages, cultural backgrounds, and presenting concerns such as depression, anxiety, identity/diversity issues, family issues, academic issues, spirituality, adjustment issues, sexual assault, and relational concerns. She additionally has had the opportunity to provide psychotherapy and crisis intervention to the homeless and low-income population in Los Angeles treating a diversity of mental health concerns including trauma and substance abuse. Dr. So completed her formal internship training at the University of Kansas Counseling and Psychological Services providing individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, and ADHD evaluations.
Dr. So currently facilitates a weekly group for APIDA students that ARC Counseling and Wellness was specifically requested to provide.
In Session with Dr. So
Dr. So offers an integrative approach to therapy, tailoring interventions to meet the individual needs of clients. She is known to have a calming presence and hopes to create a safe, nonjudgmental space for clients to process and gain insight towards their experiences and emotions; clients can expect to feel validated and accepted in session with her. Dr. So highly values the therapeutic relationship and strives to provide genuine care and compassion for each client as she holds their stories. Throughout treatment, she collaborates with clients to understand how they can experience health, healing, and wholeness.