Rebecca Rampe, PsyD

Assistant professor–psychologist, department of psychiatry and behavioral neurobiology, University of Alabama, Alabama, US
Work Experience: 10+ years in psychology

“I am passionate about supporting people through any emotional health needs that may arise during different stages of their lives — before, during, and after pregnancy and parenthood. I teach courses on happiness, mindfulness, and self-compassion to help people be present and kind to themselves and others.” 

Career Highlights

  • Assistant Professor-Psychologist in the School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2021-present
  • Psychologist, Outreach Coordinator, and Teaching Faculty Member at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2012-2021
  • Certified resilience educator with Resources for Resilience, 2020-present


  • PsyD in Clinical Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology, Sandy Springs, GA, 2012
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Auburn University, Montgomery, AL, 2005

My Journey in Psychology

I became a psychologist because of the impact my father’s addiction had on me and my siblings in childhood. In my clinical practice, I want to create emotionally safe and validating spaces for people to explore emotions and change behaviors that could be connected to past difficult experiences.

My specialty involves family-of-origin concerns, and I work on increasing awareness and management of the current impact that adverse childhood experiences and trauma can have on parenting and self-worth later in life. Seeing the tremendous courage that people have to make changes in their life and seek support inspires me every day.

I currently work at University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) training and teaching graduate students and psychiatry residents in psychotherapy while seeing patients. Prior to UAB, I worked in university counseling centers for 12 years, and enjoyed offering guidance to young people at this important time of personal development. Beyond that, I consult with different organizations on mental health and well-being curriculum creation.

At Flo, I enjoy supporting various types of content focused on mental well-being, mindfulness, and finding joy in daily life.   

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