Rachel (she/her) believes that your wellbeing is uniquely yours. She sees her role as being someone to support and guide your growth and healing. From her lived experiences, she understands that this process can be messy, heartbreaking, and uncomfortable. As your therapist, she will honour your journey and empower you, with compassion and curiosity, to uncover what makes you the person you are. Together, you can nurture a new relationship with yourself and others.
Her approach to counselling is person-centered, feminist and trauma-informed. She views each client from a holistic perspective, incorporating what the mind and body communicate, and the cultural and social factors that influence us. When working together, she encourages clients to be themselves in a safe and welcoming space.
She primarily incorporates Experiential, Existential and Attachment-based therapies and Queer theory, but adapts her approach to meet her clients’ needs and personalities. She embraces the diverse and countless ways of being and expressing oneself.