Rachel received her MA in Counseling Psychology from Lewis and Clark College in 2003. She has previous mental health experience in residential, day hospital, outpatient and school settings. Recently, Rachel has been working with adolescents, young adults and families in the areas of Chemical Dependency and Eating Disorders. Rachel's areas of interest include family issues; transitioning into adulthood and other life changes;eating disorders and substance abuse. Her therapeutic orientation is eclectic; but balances positive regard with problem solving. Of particular interest is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy; Family Systems and Narrative Therapy.
(Licensed mental health counselor, license #LH00009572)