Sometimes life's twists and turns lead us down unexpected paths and we find ourselves in a place where we no longer recognize ourselves or feel utterly lost and confused about how to proceed. From such a place we may resort to doing whatever it takes to survive; sometimes losing aspects of ourselves in the process.
Finding ourselves again or the path forward can prove to be a long, painful and arduous process, which can feel especially isolating and scary. Having a trauma-informed therapist to guide and support you through it can help in many ways.
Finding the right therapist can be overwhelming and confusing but is vital to obtaining a positive therapeutic experience and outcome. Therapy is an investment in yourself and your future.
I invite you to peruse this website and learn a bit more about my approach to therapy. If you think we might work well together or are interested in one of the groups then please call to set up a free 20-minute phone consultation in which you may ask questions that will assist you in determining whether we will be a good therapeutic fit.
I endeavor to meet each client where they are and through mutual understanding and collaboration co-create an individualized treatment plan specifically designed to work towards their goals with sensitivity and responsiveness to the intersectionality of their culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, ability, spirituality, and economic situation. Whether pursuing trauma therapy, addictions counseling, or addressing other difficult therapeutic issues, if done within the context of a safe, healing environment and supportive therapeutic relationship, you can begin to face the things that have kept you from a more meaningful and satisfying life.
I am Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Addictions Specialist in the state of Colorado and a Nationally Certified Counselor and member of the American Counseling Association.
The safe space that Rachel created for me was instrumental in helping me do exactly that; feel and heal.