Eds, MS, LAPC
Children, Adolescents, & Adults (4yrs+)
Anxiety, Depression, Suicidal Ideation,
Family Trauma, LIfe Transitions,
Adjustment Issues, & Suicidal Ideation
Rachel Whiten is a LAPC (Licensed Associate Professional Counselor) that works primarily with children and adolescents.
Rachel received both her two Bachelor’s degrees in Human Development and Family Science & Psychology from the University of Georgia as well as her Masters of Education in Professional Counseling. She received her Specialist degree in Professional Counseling from the University of West Georgia.
Rachel began her career in counseling as a school counselor in the middle school setting and has just recently transitioned to working with elementary school students. She has enjoyed working with students individually and wanted to also provide services for children and adolescents in a setting outside of the school system where she could provide deeper therapy. Her primary theoretical orientations are person-centered and Cognitive Behavioral approaches with experience navigating issues such as: anxiety/depression, suicidal ideation/self-harm, life transitions, childhood trauma, and self-esteem.
Rachel and her husband have lived in the Athens area for many years with their dog and now their newborn daughter. In addition to her work at Oasis, Rachel counsels students at a local Elementary School. In her free time, she loves to get together with friends as well as participate in all types of outdoor activities including walking, hiking, and white water rafting.
Rachel's Rate: $95 for individuals & $105 for couples per 1-hour session, please see our Rates & Insurance page for more details.
Please note: due to Rachel working towards her full LPC counseling licensure and completing her LAPC supervision time, she is legally unable to accept any form of insurance. Her LAPC license allows her to work with Victims' Comp clientele & couples looking to complete premarital counseling requirements for the state of GA.