Professional Background: Rachelle holds a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Rachelle also completed an EMDRIA approved EMDR Training Course in April of 2021. Her skill-set has been molded working in a domestic violence shelter for women, college counseling center, medium-security correctional facility for men, and providing outpatient mental health services for individuals of all ages and struggles. She takes a modern, holistic, and interpersonal approach incorporating elements from different theories depending on the person and the situation.
Goals and Outcomes: “Life is hard, and triggers are unavoidable. Change is unpleasant in the short term, but can improve the quality of our lives in the long-term. The goal of therapy is to identify the obstacles and learn ways to change our thoughts and behaviors resulting in less emotional distress. My end goal is to empower people to confidently resolve their struggles independent of mental health professionals in the future once they refine their skills. I offer a safe, confidential presence and am eager to offer support and guidance on your journey.”
• Stress and Anxiety
• Relationship issues
• Family conflicts
• Trauma and Abuse