Acuity Counseling Therapist Bio
Rachel Frank, MA, LMHC
Individual and Family Therapist
Rachel has a passion for working with young people, both in the teen years and in early adulthood. These stages of life present unique challenges where it especially important to be truly seen and heard and Rachel strives to do just that. She puts a strong emphasis on joining in with you in the journey of therapy to promote the greatest growth and change.
Counseling for Teens
Does anxiety or anger have a hold on you? Is lack of self-esteem and self-confidence feeding into feeling depressed or not good enough? Are you struggling with making friends or even dealing with bullying at school? Rachel can help you navigate these difficult challenges to enhance your understanding and awareness of what’s bothering you and help you develop new problem solving skills that foster personal strength and growth.
Raising children is filled with adventures and parenting is difficult. Rigid thinking, traumatic events, emotional volatility, conflict, behavioral problems and academic challenges all add stress and disconnect. Rachel can help parents navigate these, and other struggles with teens and support you in building a stronger, more communicative relationship with your child.
Working with Individual Adults
Everyone has a story to tell and Rachel wants to know your story to allow you to feel understood in a way you may never had before. Hiding yourself or feeling that you won’t be accepted often leads to feelings of sadness, depression, worry and anxiety that prevents you from living a genuine life. Rachel holds therapy as a safe space to explore your own narrative, and open up about parts of your story that’ve never shared before.
How I Can Help
Rachel brings years of experience and her blended theoretical perspective of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness & Narrative Therapy to help you reach your goals for therapy. She especially enjoys helping those who are a part of the LGBTQ communities. Rachel is dually licensed in WA & OR as a mental health Counselor and recognized as a National Certified Counselor by the NBCC.
Areas of Specialization
- Improving teen self-esteem, body image concerns/eating disorders, identity development and trauma
- Helping adults with anxiety, grief, depression and personal growth
- Specialized training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT)
Call 206-910-9476 to schedule an appointment or if you have questions about my counseling services.
Counselors and Therapists
Meet the Acuity Counseling Clinical Team
Each therapist at Acuity Counseling has their own unique specialty and populations they enjoy working with. Below you can get to know each of our therapists by reading their full biography and viewing their introduction video.
If you’re not sure which counselor will be the right fit for you, our Client Care Coordinator can help you decide who is best suited to help you reach your goals. To schedule an appointment or a free 15 min. phone consultation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-910-9476.
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