Rachael Steinmetz received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from University of Denver. She works with adults through increasing self-awareness and understanding, self-compassion, connection, and empathetic listening to create positive, and lasting, changes. She specializes in working with individuals who are struggling with concerns related to intimate partner violence (IPV)/domestic violence, trauma, depression, and anxiety. She also works with concerns such as, but not limited to suicidality, self-harm, abandonment, grief, and attachment issues
Rachael utilizes a trauma-informed, mindful, self-compassion-based approach. Rachael is also a certified yoga instructor who finds value in understanding and improving our relationships between emotions and physical sensations. She believes that every human’s pathway to “healing”, their goals, and needs are as individualized as their fingerprints. Because of this she works collaboratively with you to encourage you to view yourself as the “expert” when it comes to your life, needs, and experiences.
Rachael works to build a relationship based on authentic trust, and feelings of safety, to allow her to guide and aid you to develop goals, identify skills and techniques; and begin your pathway to healing.