Mosaic Counseling

Rebecca is not accepting new clients at this time.

If you have some additional questions about the ministry, please direct your email to or give us a call at 512-910-4649.

About Rebecca Parks

LMFT-Associate Supervised by Cristy Ragland, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S


In my work with adults, couples and adolescents, safety and attunement are at the core. I believe connections with self, each other, and with God are our most powerful tools toward transformation.


You won’t find judgment, labels, or quick fixes with me. Rather, we will press into the God-given design of your unique self and reach change through compassion and care. I consider my role as a therapist to be a support system, a remover of shame, and an unconditionally accepting and comforting presence.

My clinical training is in attachment and interpersonal neurobiology, and I will incorporate biblical truth and practices to the degree that you are comfortable. I enjoy working with clients experientially, meaning we will press deeply into your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual experience of the world. It is my joy to come alongside you as you sift through anything you need to bring to the table, from spirituality to trauma to depression and anxiety to relational issues. Beginning the journey of counseling can be intimidating, and I look forward to providing a safe space for you to take the first step toward life change.


Rebecca’s Education:

University of Texas at Austin, B.S. in Human Development and Family Sciences
Texas State University, Master’s Program in Professional Counseling

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