Rachel Slack is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC Intern – supervised by Jeffrey S. Gallup, MA, LPC-S, NCC). She is a highly trained and board-certified counselor with a passion for helping people address struggles in their lives.
She completed her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas A&M.
Rachel has a passion for creating a safe space for individuals to explore their struggles in all aspects of their lives that affect their mental health. She has helped counsel individuals with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, drug abuse, and other various mental health concerns. Rachel also loves helping others with conflict resolution, relationship issues, and is passionate in helping people realize the worth that they innately possess.
Rachel’s clinical experience includes working at the Mental Health Center of Denver and True Mental Health in Dallas, where she has extensive experience in working with people who have struggled with depression, anxiety, and other severe mental illnesses.
- Bachelor of Arts (2014): Psychology – Texas A&M University
- Master of Arts (2017): Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Denver Seminary
- Licensed Professional Counselor Intern – Supervised by Jeffrey S Gallup MA, LPC-S, NCC