Rachel is a licensed Behavior Analyst with a Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of West Florida. For the last six years, Rachel has had the opportunity to work closely with autistic people and their families, learning the ins and outs of human behavior. Although Rachel loved her work as a BCBA, she realized the negative connotations that could come along with working in the ABA field, and sought out alternate ways to help make an impact in the world; while still utilizing the skills she's gained as a Behavior Analyst. After dealing with impostor syndrome, anxiety, and depression herself, Rachel embarked on a never ending self-help journey that has given her a wealth of knowledge she would love to share with others. Rachel has experience with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and mindfulness, and holds the belief that we are all our best experts on our own lives. Rachel strives for progress, not perfection, in all aspects of her life and wants to help others do the same. Life IS hard and it's okay to not be okay!
Rachel is a homebody, and loves spending time in her "cave", as she calls it. When she's not at home with a good book or movie/TV show, she can be found at the beach or spending time with her family.
We're all just walking each other home. - Ram Dass