About Rebecca Gage


Rebecca Gage is a limited licensed professional counselor specializing in individual, groups and couple’s therapy.

Rebecca believes counseling is a place to learn and grow. We have the freedom to choose what directions our life takes and the responsibility to take control of that freedom. Rebecca serves as a guide in the process that helps the client(s) take responsibility, action, and come to a resolution. Your happiness and well-being are her main concerns.

Rebecca works with several theories and techniques as they relate to the client and any presenting concerns. These include but aren’t limited to CBT, Person-Centered, and Solution-Focused therapies. She uses techniques that encourage clients to find the solutions to their dilemmas within themselves. It is her goal to best serve her clients by providing an environment that is a welcoming and safe place to share yourself.

Don't wait; the time will never be "just right". Start where you stand and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.

Contact Rebecca Gage at (773) 985-7246 or Email

Master of Marriage, Family, Couples Counseling, Western Michigan University, 2018

Bachelor of Arts, Clinical Psychology, Saint Xavier University, 2014

License, Certifications and Awards
Limited Licensed Professional Counselor, State of Michigan #6401016927
Certified Life Coach, New Skills Academy #3YGDLYB7


Dissociation: How to Help Our Clients, December 2019

Therapy Issues & Techniques for High Functioning Clients, October 2019

The Missing Dialectic: How RO DBT differs from DBT, October 2019

The Rise of Suicide and Trauma in Adolescents: How "13 Reasons Why" Missed the Mark, October 2019

Mental Health Academy 2019 Suicide Summit, September 2019

Suicide Assessment: How to Have Real, Honest Conversations With Clients About Suicide, September 2019

What Do You Do When...? Workshop, September 2019

Master Clinician Series: The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, September 2019

Improving Client Care Through Eating Disorder Specific Exercise Assessments, August 2019

Attachment Theory in Practice with Dr. Susan Johnson, July 2019

Building a Great Marriage with Drs. John and Julie Gottman, July 2019

Compassionate Recovery: A Universal, Inclusive, Trauma-Informed Approach to Healing from Attachments and Addictions, May 2019

Mindfulness, Healing, and Transformation: The Pain and the Promise of Befriending the Full Catastrophe, May 2019

Human Trafficking Awareness Training: Making the Invisible Visible Online, April 2019

Treating Co-Occurring Disorders: Clients with Eating Disorders and Substance Use Disorders, November 2017

Professional Activities and Memberships

American Mental Health Counselor Association 2018-Current

*Chi Sigma Iota 2018- April 2019

Contact Us
Family Counseling and Mediation Services
5320 Holiday Terrace, Building A, Suite 8
Kalamazoo, MI 49009

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