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Episode 077: “Living Centered in the Helping Profession”

Featuring Rebekah Milhoan, LCSW

This week, Lindsey and Mickenzie sit down to get to know new Onsite staff member Rebekah Milhoan. Rebekah is now serving our clients on our California campus and shares her journey to Onsite as well as how she cares for herself working in the helping profession. Rebekah has had an interesting journey and the conversation is rich with great takeaways for us about self-care, creating room for diversity, and rethinking the way we view our stories.

Meet this episode’s expert

Rebekah has had a rich history in the helping profession. Approaching care through her degree in social work, Rebekah approaches her work with heart and intention. Before coming to Onsite, Rebekah worked in various settings, including Treatment Centers, Residential Programs, and Hospitals. 

A few of the proudest moments in her career include presenting a Master’s Thesis on Alexithymia and creating a curriculum paralleling dog training techniques with DBT skills modeling.

Mentioned in this episode

The Living Centered Program is right for you if… 

  • You’re wanting more self- awareness to help unlock unrealized potential 
  • You’re experiencing success and still wondering, “Is this all there is?” 
  • You feel a little aimless or stuck 
  • Life’s constant transitions have got the best of you 
  • You feel like you’re losing control and life is happening to you 
  • You’ve forgotten how to have fun and play 
  • You feel disconnected from yourself and the people closest to you 
  • No amount of breaks ever seems to help you feel less burnt out 


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Rebekah Milhoan, LCSW
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