Rachel specializes in working with children, teenagers and adults on a wide variety of issues. She is most passionate about treating clients dealing with issues relating to trauma, neglect, anxiety, depression, self-harm, and adjustment/life transition issues. She particularly enjoys supporting clients who are working to build their sense of self-worth, build resiliency to shame and to strengthen their sense of autonomy and identity. Rachel has specialized training in trauma-informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Play Therapy. She utilizes these modalities, and others, to find solutions and to help clients make lasting changes. Rachel’s would describe her ideal style of counseling as warm, empathetic and non-judgmental, but still meant to be challenging and focused on finding solutions.
Rachel received her undergraduate degree from Abilene Christian University, and her masters from Dallas Theological Seminary.