name is Rachel and I am currently completing a Master’s in
Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern University. I believe
that the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual facets of an
individual’s health greatly impact one another. I also believe that
all aspects of a lifespan affect one another: the past affects the
present which in turn affects the future. From these holistic
perspectives, healing in one part of the whole creates space for
healing in the others.
My client-centered approach adapts to specific client needs: CBT or solution-focused therapy can address present-day concerns, while a psychodynamic, trauma-informed approach can help heal past wounds that negatively affect the present.
My therapy room provides an empathetic space in which my clients can be seen, heard, and empowered to heal. My work aims to collaboratively identify problems and solutions with my clients, and ultimately help them feel more at ease in their lives.
M.A. Counseling, Northwestern University
Washington Mental Health Counselors Association (WMHCA)
American Counseling Association (ACA)