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Rebekah Eller, MA, LAMFT

Job Titles

  • Adjunct Faculty
    Christian Ministries (B.A.), College of Adult and Professional Studies
    -select-, Bethel Seminary

Highlight

gender issues, grief/loss, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, personality disorders, psychodynamic and systemic counseling theories, spiritual formation, integration of spirituality and counseling

Started at Bethel

2007

Education

  • Bethel Seminary - M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy, 2015

Biography

Rebekah Eller is a Licensed Associate of Marriage and Family Therapy, who currently works full time at a local adolescent residential treatment facility as a group therapist, in addition to her work as an adjunct faculty member in the Spritual Formation and Marriage and Family Therapy programs at Bethel Seminary and the Christian Ministries and Human Services programs at the Bethel University College of Adult and Professional Studies.  She was originally an English teacher by trade, earning her BA in English Education in 2002 and practicing for a year as an ESL teacher and associate pastor in Slovakia and then four years as an 11th- and 12th-grade Language Arts instructor in Brooklyn Park, MN.  After years of teaching, she switched to educational administration, advising students and organizing programmatic events for the Bethel Seminary Marriage and Family Therapy program and the Center for Spiritual and Personal Formation at Bethel Seminary.  Rebekah graduated in 2015 with her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, which included a one-year internship providing inidiviual, couple, family, and group therapy for clients and families struggling with issues surrounding eating disorders.  Rebekah particularly focused her research and studies on gender issues; therapy with individuals and families facing grief, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and personality disorders; and the integration of psychodynamic and systemic theories with spiritual formation.  

Courses Taught

SP520DEa/b--Spiritual and Personal Formation (Bethel Seminary)

MF623 -- Individual and Family Psychopathology II (Bethel Seminary)

PH775 -- Independent Projects in Christian Thought (Bethel Seminary)

CHMN320 -- Personal Spiritual Formation (Bethel University, College of Adult and Professional Studies)

HUSE305 -- Individual and Family Development over the Lifecycle (Bethel University, College of Adult and Professional Studies)

Certificates and Licenses

Licensed Associate of Marriage and Family Therapy (State of Minnesota)

Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)

Minnesota Association of Marriage and Family Therapy

Areas of expertise

gender issues, grief/loss, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, personality disorders, psychodynamic and systemic counseling theories, spiritual formation, integration of spirituality and counseling