Beckie L. Riggs, MA, LMFT, CCPS
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Certified Clinical Partner Specialist
I specialize in helping individuals navigate life's challenges. Whether you're dealing with anxiety, depression, or simply feeling stuck, I am here to support you on your journey to healing and growth.
Relationships can be both rewarding and challenging. As a couples therapist, I can help you and your partner develop the tools and skills needed to communicate effectively, build trust, and deepen your connection.
The discovery of betrayal can feel like a tsumai turning your world upside down. I use a partner sensitive approach to support, guide, and walk you through the healing journey toward strength, empowerment, and growth.
Whether you're struggling with longstanding family issues, navigating divorce, coparenting, or blending a new family, we can unpack the issues to bring clarity and identify patterns and dynamics that are keeping you from peace.
I'm Beckie Riggs, a licensed marriage and family therapist. I focus on helping clients navigate relationships and life transitions. We can work together to bring about growth and healing by exploring the past, discussing the present and identifying hopes for the future. As you begin to move forward with new tools and insights, you can approach your relationships and life goals in purposeful, intentional ways. Whether it's by learning about your attachment style or gaining practical skills for dealing with the people in your life, therapy can unlock a new understanding of yourself and empower you to make choices that align with your goals, values and dreams.
At Glendora Counseling, I believe that therapy is a collaborative process. Together, we will explore your experiences, emotions, and thought patterns, working to identify areas of growth and healing.
I draw from a range of therapeutic modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and attachment-based therapy, to create a personalized treatment plan
that meets your unique needs.
If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can't survive.
Brené Brown - Daring Greatly