Becca Laubach was born and raised in Great Falls, Montana and attended the University of Great Falls where she graduated with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and a concentration in Helping Skills and Social Services from. She then attended The University of Providence, where she went on to get her master’s degree in counseling. Becca started working with youth and families at a local nonprofit. She is currently working towards licensure to become an LCPC.
She has always had a passion for helping others and it shows in her considerable amount of experience in the mental health field. Becca has worked in group homes, as a case manager for both youth and adults and has also worked for Child Protective Services. She has been in the field of mental health for the last 12 years working with clients and families with various backgrounds and experiences.
She aspires to become certified in Dialectic Behavioral Therapy soon and excels at teaching clients skills to enhance their life and bring forth confidence.
In her free time Becca enjoys spending time with friends and family, shopping, watching football, watching movies, enjoying the outdoors, and traveling around the world with her Fiancé. She is extremely excited to be working at Providence so she can continue to help people be their best