Rachel is passionate about connecting with clients on a deeper level and believes that building trust and establishing a safe environment for clients to tell their stories empowers them to dive deeper into self-awareness and grow in Christ. She prides herself in being real with clients and is creative in finding the best approaches for treating them. She utilizes an authentic, eclectic approach to therapy with foundational underpinnings of the Soul Healing Love Model and enjoys seeing individuals and couples utilize the tools of the model to gain insight into their past pain and move in a healing direction. She especially loves to see her clients have that “ah-ha” moment while utilizing tools such as the soul heal-o-gram and the digging deeper exercises.
Rachel works with individuals, teens, couples and families.
She has experience dealing with:
- Self-Esteem Enhancement
- Grief and loss
- Attachment Issues
- Relationship Issues
- Sexual Addiction
- Life Transition/Identity Issues
- Spiritual formation
- Chronic Illness
- Adult Children of Narcissistic/Borderline Parents
Rachel earned a MA from Liberty University in Counseling in 2017, a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services from Anderson University in 2014, and an Associate’s Degree in Communications in 2002.