Rachel strives to offer hope and healing to those suffering from mental health issues that often go unnoticed. She has been interested in helping those with eating disorders for several years, and finds this work very rewarding. Rachel also enjoys educating friends and families of those struggling with mental health issues, and believes that social support and self-care makes a huge impact on recovery.
Rachel earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Counseling from Ozark Christian College, and her Master’s of Arts in Counseling from Mid America Nazarene University. She completed her internship at the MNU Counseling Center; working with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, and interpersonal issues. It was here that she discovered her passion to help others begin to create their own identity and heal from their past.
Rachel is currently working towards her clinical license, under supervision with Mallory Langston, MA, LCPC. Rachel co-leads the evening IOP program, and co-leads during Saturday PHP programming.