Rachel Zelkowitz, MS, MHS
Doctoral Candidate, Intern
- Suicidality and self-injury
- Disordered eating (specifically binge eating and body image issues)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Parent-child relational issues
- Exposure treatment for trauma and OCD
- LGBTQI concerns
Standard Individual Therapy
$100 (45 minutes)
DBT package for 6 months: $6,000 - $18,500
**Under the Supervision of Stephanie Vaughn, PsyD---Not Eligible for Insurance Reimbursement
Rachel is a fifth-year doctoral candidate at Vanderbilt University. She earned her Masters Degree in Psychology in 2012 and previously earned a Public Health Degree. This allows her to bring a unique, systems-focused approach to her clinical work. Her clinical interests include self-harm behaviors, suicidality, anxiety, substance use, and body image/eating concerns. At PSYCHē, Rachel conducts individual therapy and parent coaching and leads DBT skills groups. Her doctoral research focuses on self-criticism and self-harm behaviors. Rachel strives to bring aspects of self-compassion, mindfulness, and a solid sense of humor to all of her work.
In her spare time, Rachel enjoys dancing Argentine tango, practicing yoga, and hanging out with Oscar, a big black cat who is firmly convinced he's a dog.