Primary Therapist

Rachel Friedman is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She completed her undergraduate coursework at the University of Georgia in 2010 with a BA in Sociology, with a focus in Psychology. Pursuing her passion, she went on to receive her M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of North Texas in 2016. A year later Rachel moved to Denver to launch her career as a Mental Health Practitioner with EDCare where she worked as a Milieu Therapist for almost 3 years before moving into the role of Primary Therapist.

Rachel’s therapeutic style is collaborative, solution focused, and phenomenological. Rachel approaches therapy with a holistic, client centered approach to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, using individualized and creative interventions tailored to each client. Rachel is passionate about helping individuals find their authenticity, embrace their intersecting identities, and uncover their unique recovery path forward, in order to find or regain a fulfilling, satisfying life in health and happiness.

Outside of work, Rachel enjoys being in nature, gardening, making art, and hanging out with her dog, her partner, her family, and friends.