Rachel has practiced
individual and group psychotherapy with those suffering from anxiety, depression, and trauma for the past five years.
She has worked with a variety of other conditions as well including Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder,
people experiencing incarceration, addiction, and prior to social work career worked with adults with intellectual
disabilities in behavior change, life skills, and improving functioning.
In addition to treating depression, anxiety, and survivors of trauma, Rachel also has a special interest in working with:
Rachel is starting a group for those who have experienced sexual harassment or
abuse in the work place (#UsToo) and a new parenting support group. If interested in either of these groups please
contact her and she will add your name to her sign up list.
- Adults with intellectual disabilities and family members who support them
- Police officers, corrections officers, and others with high stress careers
- New parents struggling with the transition into parenthood and managing demands of family, work, and new roles
In her individual therapy with clients she utilizes techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT),
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in her practice.
She is also experienced with using mindfulness, coping skills development, and structured therapeutic homework tasks
to help you reach your goals.
Rachel has completed Level 1 training for SP through the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute and completes
her EMDR training in May 2018. She regularly uses consultation and supervision with others in the trauma and mental
health field to inform her interventions with clients.
To learn more about how her treatments will benefit you, contact her today for a free phone consultation.