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Individuals (ages 18+)

  • Anxiety and Anxiety-related disorders (OCD, social anxiety, phobias, etc)
  • Depression
  • Interpersonal concerns
  • Trauma
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Life Transitions
  • Communication / boundaries / self-advocacy strategies / assertiveness skills
  • Family / Relationship challenges
  • Stress (work, school, relationships, parenting, etc)
  • Identification and utilization of personal strengths and values
  • Goal-setting
  • Hoarding
  • ADHD and executive dysfunction

Biopsychosocial

Person-Centered

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Motivational Interviewing

Midfulness & Self Compassion

Rachel Fraser,
PHD Associate

Background:

Rachel grew up in the Joshua tree-lined Mojave Desert region of Southern California. Drawn to Southern Utah for its beauty, outdoor activities, family-friendly communities, and proximity to family, Rachel moved to Cedar city to complete her doctoral internship and has since fallen in love with the area and community. She enjoys spending time with her family, as well as adventuring outdoors, learning, cooking, dance, and music.

Education and Work Experience:

Rachel began her collegiate career at University of California-Riverside before transferring to Azusa Pacific University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Human Development as well as her master’s degree in Educational Counseling. She went on to obtain her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University (APA-accredited). Rachel completed her doctoral internship (APA-accredited) in Southern Utah before completing a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology (APPCN-accredited) in Los Angeles. She has worked within a variety of settings including academic medical centers, a university counseling center, university-affiliated non-profit, and private practices (therapy and neuropsychology). Rachel has experience working with individuals from across the lifespan (children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric). In addition to generalist practice, Rachel’s areas of professional interest and experience include psychological assessment (particularly psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessments) and cognitive-behavioral (CBT) approaches to anxiety-related difficulties (generalized anxiety, OCD, specific phobias, social anxiety, hoarding, etc.).

Therapy Approach:

Rachel works from a holistic and whole-person lens and enjoys working alongside clients as they navigate their individual journeys. She believes that every person has a variety of strengths to build upon to reach their goals and overcome struggles. Rachel pulls from various theories and evidence-based modalities; however, she primarily utilizes biopsychosocial and CBT-based approaches. Rachel enjoys helping clients to discover their strengths and to overcome difficulties that are impacting their life and wellbeing so that they can achieve their mental health goals and focus on what matters most to them.

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