Rachel Davis, MA, LMHC
[ wait list only at Anderson Park ]
Rachel is a mental health counselor who in 2012, earned her M.A. degree in Integral Counseling Psychology through the California Institute of Integral Studies. Integral Counseling draws upon the major traditions from the East and combines them with the science and practice of psychotherapy from the West. This includes joining mindfulness and eastern philosophies with depth-oriented psychologies such as psychodynamic, humanistic, systems, and transpersonal.
She works with adults, young adults, adolescents, and families. Other areas of focus include clients identified as LGBTQIA+. She provides counseling for the treatment of depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, low self-esteem, and family and relationship difficulties. She has gained additional training in Process Therapy and evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Processing Therapy (which uses CBT for the treatment of PTSD) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.
Her philosophy is person centered as she strives to partner with each client and support them in identifying and releasing the constrictions to their natural state of well-being. Within a caring and warm environment, she assists clients in developing insight into how their personal experiences, beliefs, and behaviors relate to their mental health. She enjoys empowering individuals with skills they can use for additional support between therapy sessions. Overall, Rachel believes that each person has the ability to obtain personal well-being and a desired quality of life.