Rebecca Matson, MA, LPC, NCC, CAIMP, has practiced as a counselor in the Denver Metro area since 1999. She holds degrees from Metropolitan State University at Denver in Education, and Denver Seminary in Counseling. Rebecca has worked her entire career in many capacities addressing developmental, emotional, spiritual, and familial issues with children and adolescents. She has conducted educational and developmental testing and analysis, and has extensive experience coordinating between the school and home environments. Rebecca utilizes play therapy, art analysis, sensory input, cognitive behavioral therapy and many other approaches in her counseling of individuals and family systems.

Rebecca resides in the Colorado Rockies, loving the hiking, biking, and horseback riding available to her at home. She has been married since 1981 and has two adult children and two grandchildren. Rebecca spends her free time volunteering with Royal Family Kids working with foster kids. She also loves to speak for area parenting groups and is a well-known face in many MOPS groups around town.

To reach Rebecca: or call 303-351-5153, ext. 104.

Vision for Counseling

With a passion for children and adolescents Rebecca desires to work alongside parents and caregivers to create more healthy families. She respects the individual as uniquely created and designed by God, with value, a purpose, and a future. She integrates both developmental and neurological approaches to help clients understand the why’s and how’s of their behaviors with an action oriented focus on healing. Her passion is to meet each individual where they are at and build skills to enhance their functioning in all environments.

With the occurrence of a national pandemic it became apparent that more professional skills were required and Rebecca became a Certified Addictions-Informed Mental Health Professional to help meet the needs of clients that might turn to addictions to handle cultural stressors.


Some of Rebecca’s areas of work include:

  • Children in Play Therapy
  • Adolescents
  • Family (Strong Parenting Emphasis)
  • Child Physical/ Sexual Abuse Victims
  • Collaborative Problem Solving with Explosive Kids
  • ADD/ADHD, Bipolar, Depression, and Anxiety
  • Strong-Willed/ Explosive/ Spirited Child Emphasis
  • Grief and Loss
  • Adoption Issues/Adjustment
  • Classroom Support and Consultation
  • CAIMHP-Certified Addictions-Informed Mental Health Professional

Client Recommendations

A short poem from a client:

“Rebecca is my counselor and she is helping me so. The first thing she taught me is how to say No. I like to go to her office where we always talk and play. I like to see Rebecca and we see her every other Tuesday. I feel safe there and Rebecca helps to make me strong. My time in her office never seems to be long. Rebecca is a Christian counselor and that is what I want to be. I want to help other people like she has helped me.” *** R.