Rachel Dickman, Intern
Hello, my name is Rachel Dickman and I am a Counseling Intern at Iridescent Counseling Center, while completing my Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northern Arizona University. Prior to beginning my Masters degree, I attended Arizona State University where I obtained my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Family/Human Development.
In addition to Rogerian Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), I draw on a range of other therapeutic modalities, including mindfulness-based approaches, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and solution-focused therapy, to provide a holistic, supportive, empathetic and nonjudgmental therapeutic approach to counseling. I believe the therapeutic relationship is the cornerstone of effective counseling and my goal in working together is to establish a warm, collaborative relationship with my clients, based on mutual trust and respect. I primarily work with individuals from adolescence through adulthood.
My commitment to ongoing professional development and techniques in the counseling field will enable me to continue working with clients to help them achieve their goals and find greater happiness and fulfillment in their lives.