MA, Licensed Resident Counselor

Pronouns: She/her

  • LGBTQ+ teens/adults
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Relationship trauma
  • Spiritual abuse/trauma
  • Life transitions
  • Self-esteem

Rachel provides a unique approach to her clients by collaborating with them and by being open-minded and progressive in her methods. She believes our bodies and minds are reactive to our environments, experiences, and understandings of the world around us. Our thoughts and actions respond in various ways to protect and help us, but can sometimes result in unhelpful ways of coping. Through this perspective, Rachel seeks to assist you with understanding your journey through a relational and clinical approach. Through her use of biological, psychological, and environmental perspectives, she desires to assist her clients in reaching their goals and gain autonomy allowing them to come home to themselves and connect meaningfully with others. Rachel accepts all types of clients and connects well with LGBTQ+ teens/adults, women, pre-teens, and teens experiencing issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship trauma, and spiritual abuse/trauma. Rachel takes an empathetic, clinically trained, and relational approach to counseling.