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Meet Rachel

Rachel is currently a graduate student at Naropa University studying Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Psychology. Drawing upon a unique life journey, Rachel brings a wealth of personal and professional experience. With a passion for holistic health, Rachel has spent almost a decade immersed in Washington and California’s health and fitness industries, coaching, teaching yoga, and more. She is passionate about the interconnectedness of physical and mental well-being and the importance of reclaiming the body in our healing work. She combines her knowledge of the mind and body to empower individuals to step into their most empowered, embodied selves. 

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A Little About Me

In my counseling practice, I am committed to creating a safe and empathetic space where individuals of all ages can navigate the complexities of life. I bring a unique perspective to my work with both teenagers and adults. Adolescence can be a transformative and challenging time, and my goal is to provide a supportive environment where teens feel heard and understood. I tailor my approach to address their specific needs, helping them build resilience and coping mechanisms for a brighter future.


For adults seeking guidance, I understand that life's journey can present various obstacles. Whether you're grappling with personal relationships, career transitions, or self-discovery, my counseling sessions are designed to facilitate self-reflection and growth. Together, we'll explore strategies to navigate life's challenges, fostering a sense of empowerment and well-being. My holistic approach integrates mind, body, and spirit, recognizing the interconnected nature of our experiences.


I believe in the power of collaboration and strive to build a strong therapeutic alliance with each individual. By combining empathy, active listening, and evidence-based techniques, I aim to guide my clients toward a path of self-discovery, resilience, and fulfillment. It is my privilege to accompany both teenagers and adults on their unique journeys toward mental and emotional well-being

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