Rebecca Comizio 

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

School Psychologist 


Meet Rebecca Comizio: an experienced and caring therapist with a passion for helping others. With over 11 years of experience as a school psychologist, licensed professional counselor, and licensed mental health counselor, Rebecca has supported children, teens, and adults on their journeys. Rebecca Comizio provides a warm and compassionate space for children, adolescents and adults and couples seeking therapy. Her deep belief in the resilience of the human spirit empowers her clients to overcome challenges and thrive. Whether you're seeking support for personal growth, stress management, or navigating life transitions, Rebecca's experience and caring approach make her an excellent choice for your counseling needs.

About Me

Rebecca Comizio, MA, MA Ed,  NCSP, is Connecticut’s 2019 school psychologist of the year. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP), graduate student in clinical psychology at Nova Southeastern University, & a Licensed Professional Counselor (CT) & Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL).  Rebecca is a co-host of School Psyched Podcast, rated weekly by Chartable in the top 15-50 in courses in the United States, Canada & Australia. Rebecca is an advocate for children’s mental and behavioral health supports in schools as she works to spread evidence-based practices and access to professional development in the field. As a volunteer leader for the National Association of Psychologists’ (NASP) Communications Committee, Rebecca supports the practice of school psychology at a national level. Rebecca has co-authored the book, 70 Play Activities for Better Thinking, Self-Regulation, Learning and Behavior (2016). She is also co-author with Caren Baruch Feldman of The Resilience Workbook for Kids, April 2022 by New Harbinger Publications. Rebecca received her Masters in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and her Masters Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Iona University. 




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