Arcadia’s Department of Counseling Services is hosting a design competition to help create a suicide prevention resource card with information about coping mechanisms and the resources available on campus.
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit up to three different designs...
Rebecca Bubb, PhD, Licensed Psychologist. Becca joined Arcadia’s Counseling Services staff in November, 2015. She earned her BA in psychology from Earlham College and her MA and PhD in Clinical Developmental Psychology at Bryn Mawr College. Prior to working at Arcadia, Becca worked as an intern at Rutgers University Counseling Center, and Villanova University’s Counseling Center. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in various other settings, and also conducting psychological testing. Becca is passionate about working with young adults; in particular, she enjoys helping her clients navigate the unique challenges that often face college students. Some of her areas of clinical interest include: relationship problems, sexual assault, trauma, family issues, and concerns related to sexual orientation and gender identity. She also has an interest in clinical training.