Rebecca Pastor, MEd, MFA, LPC

8820 Ladue Road, Suite 303,  St. Louis, MO, 63141


Current Position: Candidate, Analytic Training; Private Practice for Children, Adolescents, and Adults

Specialties / Speaking Engagements: Art Therapy; Eating Disorders


Rebecca Pastor, MEd, MFA, LPC completed post-graduate training through the Advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program in 2016, and she is currently a clinical candidate in the Adult Psychoanalytic training program.  She received graduate training in Clinical Counseling at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and she also received a Masters in Fine Arts from UMSL.  She is a psychotherapist in private practice, working with individuals and couples. Her clinical interests include working with people with chronic medical conditions, including Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, and also creativity, the artistic process, and overcoming obstacles to creative expression. Rebecca is a published essayist and fiction writer, and teaches writing courses at Webster University in St. Louis.

Current Position: Candidate, Analytic Training, Private Practice (Adults, Adolescents, and Couples)

Professional Affiliations: American Psychoanalytic Association, St. Louis Psychoanalytic Society, American Counseling Association

Topics for Speaking Engagements: Working with creativity and creative block; freeing up emotional energy to generate artistic expression; living with chronic illness; the impact of diabetes and other chronic conditions on emotional well-being, The body’s language: when the body says what words cannot