Are you experiencing a difficult season of life? Feeling disconnected or isolated? Wondering how to get your life back on track? Psychotherapy can help you work toward the life you want. Whether you're trying to improve your relationships, have experienced trauma, struggle with anxiety or depression, or if you're simply unsatisfied with your life and current direction, I'm here to help you find your way to a better quality of life.
Rachel’s therapeutic philosophy is built around embracing individual strengths and discovering ways to help individuals live meaningful and authentic lives. Rachel works with clients struggling with relationships, anxiety, depression, transitions, ASD, ADHD, Bipolar, and more. Rachel is equipped to help you work toward your self-determined goals and objectives throughout counseling. Rachel holds Master of Science and Education Specialist degrees in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Harding University, where she served as the assistant editor-in-chief at the Journal of Graduate Education Research and was a member of the Chi Sigma Iota Honors Society. Rachel has research experience in social psychology, neuroscience, and the intersection of mental health and diet, in which she has published original research.