Therapy for Modern Women

In a world that values quick fixes and instant-gratification above all else, making the choice to pursue therapy is a radical act of self-love.

  • Are you burned out from the impossible pursuit of perfection? 
  • Does everyone think you "have it all," but you feel like a fraud?
  • Do you worry about being liked so much that it comes at a steep cost to your well being?
  • Are you struggling to understand true self care?
  • Is your relationship or career on the rocks with no clear path forward?

Your pain is real. Despite today's cultural progress, women are still expected to carry a disproportionate amount of invisible and emotional labor. We are expected to be accommodating, apologetic, sweet, successful (but not too successful), thin (but not too thin), assertive (but not take up too much space), go to work (but don't abandon the children), stay home with the kids (but run an MLM empire), smile (but don't be provocative). You get the idea. We're still playing by the rules instead of being guided by what we know to be true for ourselves. We can't change a broken society, but if you know something needs to change in your life, I can help you design and play by your own rules instead of the patriarchy's.

Let's get to work.

Portrait of Rachel Gabrielle.
Photo of view from office overlooking Westlake in Seattle.

Treatment Issues

The past few years of collective global trauma may have amplified the cracks in your life or created new fault lines you can't ignore. So. Much. Has. Changed. We are all re-evaluating what is most important to us. Many of the women I help are struggling with any and many of the following:

•Questioning compatibility w/a long term partner
•Anxious attachment style
•No contact/estrangement w/a family member
•Imposter syndrome/Burnout
•Navigating male dominated career fields
•Living with chronic illness or pain
•Perfectionism/Self Acceptance
•Existential dread

See How I Can Help

Rachel Gabrielle


Genuine. Discerning. No Nonsense.

Hi, I’m Rachel. I help womxn of all backgrounds realize their full potential through my practical therapeutic sensibility. I am sick of the status quo. I look for meaning where others do not.  I love the delicate art of depth oriented work that is so hard to find in our current self help climate and continue to pursue myself. Counseling was not my first career (or even my second), but as I grew to accept my own gifts and talents instead of trying to squeeze into the box I thought I should be in, I finally found where I belong.

By now you’ve seen all of the letters that come after my name. Those are hard-won, but not the most important piece of our potential journey together. I have over a decade of experience in mental health and have a fondness for working with the complexities women bring to my office. My true passion is seeing my clients grow to not need me anymore. And maybe dismantling the patriarchy while we’re at it.

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Portrait of Rachel Gabrielle.