Rachel Franquemont graduated from Walden University in 2021 with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, specializing in addictions. In 2007 she graduated from Emerson College with a master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology. She worked as a speech language pathologist with the adult population for 14 years in areas including dementia, cognitive disorders, stroke rehabilitation, and swallowing impairments.
Rachel’s clinical interests include substance abuse, trauma, sex and love addiction, eating disorders, attachment issues, spirituality, gender, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, multicultural topics, and social justice. Rachel acknowledges how each person is unique with valuable perspectives and inner strengths to overcome obstacles. She utilizes an eclectic approach to help fit the needs of the individual or couple. She utilizes person-centered theory, somatic experiencing, Gestalt theory, and experiential theory to help clients reach their personal goals.
In her free time, she enjoys playing the piano, watching movies, exercising, travel, being in nature, and spending time with her two young children.