Rebecca Zuehlke

Works with:

Clients across the lifespan, with the most experience with early adolescence to middle age. I also have experience working with couples and individuals living with cognitive or physical disabilities, including autism. 

Therapy Approach:

My therapy approach is to partner with you on your journey of healing and self-discovery. I believe strongly in the power of a safe space with no judgments and a listening year. 

Some therapeutic approaches I utilize in treatment are trauma informed, mindfulness and meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy, empowerment theory, and narrative theory amongst others. I also like to work with you on visual strategies to pull abstract thoughts and feelings and put them on a medium where you have the ability to be more self-reflective. 

I'm also always learning more, to provide the best match of therapeutic approaches to the clientele I'm servicing.


  • Work /Life Balance 
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Anger Management
  • Couples
  • Self-Esteem/Self-Worth
  • Relationship /(s)
  • Meditation and Mindfulness 
  • Trauma Informed Practice
  • Stress Management
  • Autism and Mental Health
  • Physical and Cognitive Disabilities and Mental Health

Get to Know:

I have several years of experience as a Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), primarily servicing students in the school setting. Additionally, I am a trained leader and school administrator and know how difficult both the student and educator experience has been post-pandemic. I'm here to support both experiences.

Professional Training:

  • Bachelor's of Psychology, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Campus
  • Master Degree in Social Work-Minnesota State University, Mankato 
  • Educational Specialist Masters Degree-Minnesota State Mankato-Edina Campus