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Rachael is Master’s level psychotherapist at BUCKS ESC. Her eclectic therapeutic style allows clients to decide for themselves the changes they wish to make in an effort to create a more productive and fulfilling future for themselves.
Rachael is a Nationally Certified Counselor, and holds a Master’s Degree from Rider University in Clinical Counseling. Rachael also holds a B.A. in psychology from Rider University. In addition to her work at BUCKS ESC, Rachael also works at a local eating disorder treatment facility, where her work focuses on supporting people who are suffering from eating disorders and other struggles through all levels of care – including assistance in the transition through step-down from residential treatment to lower levels of care and throughout partial hospitalization and intensive-outpatient. In addition, her experience includes working full time on the nursing staff at Carrier Clinic’s Blake Recovery Center, assisting those suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs. She has also spend time working at a local Pediatrician’s office supporting the medical staff with children and young adults suffering from mental health difficulties through consultation and short-term therapy.
Rachael works with adults and adolescents struggling with eating disorders, depression/anxiety, low self-esteem, negative body image, addictions, and difficult life events. She also works with couples who are struggling with relationship issues, including difficulty with communication, boundary setting, and working together as a united team. Rachael is an ally to the LGBTQ community and strives to show unconditional respect for all clients seeking therapy. Rachael strives to create a warm and comforting environment in an effort to foster a strong therapeutic relationship to help clients achieve their goals and live rewarding lives. Rachael’s treatment approach varies based on the needs of each of her clients, often drawing from Solution-Focused Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).