Rebecca Masat, LCSW, MCRCJ
Rebecca has been an integral part of the CSI team since 2022. Her commitment to the work is driven by the profound complexity, vulnerability and sense of fulfillment it brings to her. Child welfare is her niche, and she consistently recognizes CSI as one of the leading agencies in this field.
What Rebecca enjoys most in her role as a therapist is working with teenagers and the ongoing encouragement to learn and grow as a practitioner. Building trust with youth and being a reliable source of support is incredibly rewarding. Moreover, the opportunity to delve into advanced modalities of therapy only enhances the reward. Recognizing the intricacy of trauma in the clientele she serves, Rebecca values continued opportunities for ongoing training, enabling her to address and heal deep-seated wounds.
Before joining CSI, Rebecca worked as a forensic interviewer at Project Harmony, conducting forensic interviews with children who may have been the victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect or witness to violence. In addition to her work at CSI, Rebecca also works as an on-call crisis response therapist with Lutheran Family Services, providing crisis coverage for law enforcement and area shelters during behavioral health crises.
These experiences have shaped Rebecca into the therapist she is today. She possesses a passion for connecting with individuals who have experienced trauma, recognizing that sometimes, all it takes is one person to provide unwavering support and guide them toward the light at the end of the tunnel.
Outside of work, Rebecca values time spent with family. She's an avid Chiefs fan and has a deep love for sports, both as a spectator and a participant. Concerts, travel, and outdoor activities are some of her favorite pastimes. Her love for learning and personal growth is unwavering, and she enthusiastically embraces challenges and new experiences in life.