Rebecca E. Clark, MS, LMFT

Also a native to Maine, Rebecca received her M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy / Human Development from Virginia Tech, Northern Virginia Graduate Center, in 2003.  Rebecca provides marriage, family, and individual counseling for ages six and up at Lifespan Family Healthcare. She has a special emphasis on marital relationship repair and enhancement from an Emotionally Focused Therapy, an effective and evidence based approach ( ).


  While in Northern Virginia as a graduate intern and resident, she provided individual, marriage, and family therapy in a variety of settings including the following: a university-based family counseling clinic (children, couples, and families), a county-based substance abuse program for high-risk adolescents and their parents, a private multi-disciplinary counseling center, and a private practice.

Prior to this, Rebecca received her B.A. in Family Studies from Messiah College in Pennsylvania in 1998. Rebecca subsequently served as a fifth grade teacher and assistant guidance counselor in Tegucigalpa, Honduras for one year, and then returned to Maine to work as a family support specialist for families with children of special needs. In addition to serving as a Mental Health Specialist on the patient care team, Rebecca also provides private counseling appointments. Rebecca enjoys her family, running, hiking, playing her flute, cooking, and traveling.

Education & More Info

Graduate School
Virginia Tech, Falls Church. VA
Graduated 2003
MS in Human Development/Marriage
& Family Therapy

Undergraduate School
Messiah College, Grantham, PA
Graduated: 1998
BA in Family Studies

Married with two children

Professional Affiliations
ICEEFT (International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy)
American Association of Marriage
& Family Therapy
Maine Marriage and Family Therapy Chapter
Collaborative Family Healthcare Association


LMFT,  State of Maine 
Certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy