Rachel enjoys working with individuals of all ages, couples, and families. Rachel connects with clients from a place of acceptance using humor and warmth to make the therapeutic process collaborative and comfortable. Rachel takes a systemic perspective striving to understand how an individual’s difficulties and symptoms arise from their life experiences and relationships. She views the therapeutic process as a way to come alongside clients in an effort to improve their satisfaction with life and relationships. Rachel has 12 years of experience working with adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, and self-harming behaviors. She has additional training in Child-Centered Play Therapy and enjoys working though obstacles with children as young as four through play. When working with children and adolescents, Rachel spends time supporting parents and making them a part of the healing process. Rachel specializes in helping individuals work through traumatic experiences, big and small, through Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Rachel is a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional – Child & Adolescent (CCATP-CA) and has powerful tools to assist clients in rising above anxiety. Finally, Rachel has experience the area of domestic violence and passion for working with those caught in abusive relationships.