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  • Rachel Hull, MS, LMHCA

    Rachel is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate working with children (aged 6+), teenagers, adults and couples. She recognizes that each individual possesses a unique story and a set of distinct abilities. She helps clients harness their personal strengths as a source of resilience and growth.

    Rachel’s counseling experience includes a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, childhood trauma, ADHD, neurodiversity, relationship challenges, sensory sensitivities, and religious trauma. Rachel offers additional experience working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community, immigrants, students navigating their educational paths, and young professionals.

    Rachel brings a unique dimension to her counseling sessions by incorporating art, play therapy, and movement. This creates an engaging and expressive therapeutic environment for younger clients. She encourages clients to explore their emotions and express themselves in ways that align with their true selves. Rachel uses several therapeutic approaches, including strengths-based counseling, a person-centered and humanistic perspective, and elements of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) in addition to other modalities.

    Rachel’s areas of interest in treatment are:

    • LGBTQIA+ community
    • Anxiety
    • Trauma/PTSD
    • ADHD
    • Neurodiversity, including sensory challenges
    • Depression


    • Master of Science, Clinical Mental Health, University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL.
    • Master of Arts, Teaching in Physical Education and Health Science, Lee University, Cleveland, TN.
    • Bachelor of Science, Exercise Science, Tennessee Wesleyan College, Athens, TN.
    • Professional License: MC61485994

    Rachel enjoys the outdoors, yoga, watching documentaries, reading memoirs, playing with her cats, playing kickball and flag football and watching women’s sports.