Rachel Ralston is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker working in Park Slope, Brooklyn. She works with adolescents and young adults as they navigate life transitions, and helps clients find clarity, develop self-worth, explore their identity, and cultivate their strengths to realize their best selves. She is dedicated to helping individuals who are struggling with anxiety, those who are overcoming obstacles with relationships, and those seeking to become unstuck in current life patterns. She also has a passion for working with young people on developing self-esteem and a sense of empowerment.
Rachel also has extensive experience working with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, and stress. She works with adolescents and teenagers on time management skills, address academic pressures, social issues, and develop coping methods for other challenges that may be going on in their lives. She is dedicated in ensuring that all individuals feel safe and comfortable during session and that trust and support are established in the therapeutic relationship.
Rachel has over 15 years of experience working with children, adolescents, families, and young adults. She earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University, and has completed three Post-Masters Certificate Programs through New York University in Advanced Clinical Practice, Clinical Approaches to the Adolescents, and Advanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.