Counseling can be a very vulnerable and/or uncomfortable process. I provide both face-to-face and online counseling. All sessions are confidential in order for you to have a safe space to create, achieve, and attain your goals.
My focus areas are: disordered eating concerns, LGBTQ+ issues, adjustment concerns, and self- esteem.
Diana has over 10 years of experience using tapping to help people release emotions and she now combines tapping with cognitive behavior therapy and positive psychology to help people with PTSD, depression, and anger issues. She works with individuals, couples, and children over age 6.
She is an approved Alabama Medicaid provider for children under age 21.
Therapist / Director of Counseling Services - Spring Hill College
Life is challenging with its many twists and turns which can make it difficult to overcome adversities in life. I help young adults and adults to find new solutions to problems they face while also exploring their identity as a person. I work with grief, anxiety, depression, life transitions, parenthood, relationship/family difficulties, trauma, and racial issues/identity. My goal as your counselor is to create a safe environment where you will be able to achieve your goals by listening non-judgmentally and providing unconditional positive regard.
Rachel offers counseling to adult individuals struggling with anxiety and trauma. She uses an integrative and strengths-focused approach to therapy, which is inspired by her deep appreciation for the uniqueness of each individual and the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit. The therapeutic approaches from which she draws the most include acceptance and commitment therapy and other mindfulness-based therapies, cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and existential therapy.