Becky Jenkins, LCSW
Becky is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in the relational treatment of trauma. Becky earned her master’s degree in clinical social work from Loyola University Chicago and is a graduate of Womencare Counseling and Training Center’s 2-year Postgraduate Fellowship program, where she developed her specialization in treating complex and developmental trauma.
In her practice, Becky works with adolescents and adults as they navigate complex areas of life involving trauma, identity, and profound loss and change. Becky holds an inquisitive space for storytelling and collaboration that honors all experiences and parts of ourselves. She recognizes the significance of the therapeutic relationship and its role in building competency, experiencing connectedness, and cultivating resiliency. She also has strong interest in working with athletes navigating issues around abuse, identity and body image, and is engaged in post-graduate training to deepen this area of her work.
Becky is committed to supporting individuals who hold BIPOC and other marginalized identities and honors each person’s intersectionality with care and compassionate curiosity. She acknowledges the impact that culture, race, and historical context can have on our stories, and actively works to create a brave space for the therapeutic relationship to effect change in both the client and the therapist.