Rachael Fuller, LMHC-A

Rachael is currently licensed as an associate, this means that she has completed her master's degree and has been granted licensure as a LMHC- however she is required to be supervised for the first two years of her clinical practice. Rachael is being supervised by the clinical director- Dr. Seymanski, Rachael has completed her basic training in EMDR and is able to offer this as a treatment.

Because of her license, Rachael is able to see Medicaid clients who have a manage care plan - such as Molina, Amerigroup or Coordinated Care - as well as cash pay clients.

A message from Rachael Fuller:

Making the decision to enter counseling is a courageous one. Whether you are searching for someone to help you through a life transition or you’re suffering mentally/emotionally, we can work through it together. As your therapist, I will work to provide an empathetic, safe environment.

I offer individual therapy using a trauma informed, interpersonal lens that allows me to understand your unique needs. Treatment can address a myriad of different issues and together we can explore your feelings, thoughts, and relationships. I am experienced at helping clients with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transition, and existential issues.

In addition to talk therapy, I am an EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) trained therapist. We can decide to utilize this tool to treat trauma that can be stored within you. I am happy to provide you with more information regarding this modality.

I deeply believe in the work I do and am honored to provide the tools to help others. Through a non-judgemental and compassionate process, I hope to work with you and begin the journey of healing creatively.

If you are in need of support and feel that we would be a good fit to work together, I welcome you to reach out. I am currently accepting new clients who wish to make empowering shifts in their life or heal from harm. My approach is empathic and goal oriented, creating a unique blend that holds caring space when you need it and propels movement when there is capacity for change.