Congratulations on taking the courageous step of seeking help. Together, we can work towards improving your perspective, thought patterns, and overall approach to life.
My name is Rachel Fuller and I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (#4042) with five years of experience practicing in Southern California. Originally from Philadelphia/New Jersey, I graduated with my Masters from the University of Pennsylvania. My counseling style is a blend of East Coast straightforwardness and honesty, along with SoCal creativity and compassion.
Life has brought changes for all of us in recent years, both big and small. As with any disruption, you may be experiencing a range of emotions such as anxiety, loss, uncertainty, or depression. During these times, it's crucial that we maintain human connections and communicate our thoughts, desires, needs, and feelings. I'm here to provide support to clients of any age who are struggling, seeking self-discovery, or simply need a listening ear. I don't believe in a "cookie-cutter" approach to therapy, and I value feedback and flexibility to find the best fit for my clients.
I'm excited to meet you and look forward to working together towards positive changes.
University of Pennsylvania
Master of Science in Philosophy (M.Phil.Ed)
2013 - 2014
University of Pennsylvania
Master of Science in Education (Ms.Ed)
Counseling and Mental Health Services
2012 - 2013
University of California, Santa Barbara
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Minor in Applied Psychology
2007 - 2011
Affiliations & Certifications:
American Counseling Association (ACA)
CA Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (CALPCC)
PESI Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)
Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
Play is how children “talk” and communicate their thoughts and feelings. It can help children understand their emotions, gain insight, resolve conflicts, learn self-control, identity, problem solving, and to modify behaviors.
Therapy allows the client to express themselves and find their own answers to problems without judgement, hurting feelings or getting into trouble. The therapist provides a safe space where all emotions are accepted.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT examines the connection between thoughts, feelings and behaviors. It shows clients how to replace negative thoughts with more realistic, positive ones and realize they have control over their behaviors.
Client-centered (or child-centered) therapy asks the client to take an active role in his/her treatment. This approach helps the client develop self-esteem and identity, enabling them to find their own way to move forward.
Family therapy focuses on the family having fun together while discovering new ways to communicate and solve problems. Family therapy avoids blaming individual family members and instead helps the family interact in new and healthier ways .
There is no "right" or "wrong" way to do therapy! Methods like art, music, movement and drawing are all effective if they help the client feel comfortable and safe.
Years of Experience
Hours with Children and Families
Hours of Training
Total Hours Spent with Clients
Insurances Accepted: I am only accepting cash pay at this time.
Cash Pay: Individual, Family & Collateral therapy fee - $120.00
Reduced fees available in select cases. Call or e-mail for more information.
"Rachel is highly skilled in her ability to connect with individuals and encourages the development of new skills through a strong therapeutic alliance."
Nora David, LMFT
"Rachel is a highly skilled and compassionate clinician. It has been my privilege to work with her."
Jessica Ossealer, LMFT
"Rachel approaches her clients with an authenticity and warmth that alleviates uncomfortable feelings that can be associated with therapy."
Sarah Baldwin, MFTI
My Contact Information
Phone: (856) 979-6733