Rachael Hoffman

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Rachael is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Art Therapist. She holds a light-hearted, secure and restorative space in therapy sessions. Her approach emphasizes the natural healing elements of art and mindfulness and pulls from the understanding of relational, feminist, cognitive behavioral, and client-centered frameworks.  She often embraces mythology and symbolism in sessions.

She holds a Master's degree in Art Therapy and Counseling from Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI. Rachael's areas of experience include anxiety, depression, trauma, identity and self-esteem concerns, pediatric and adolescent therapy, and work/life transitions.  Rachael's own self-care practices include creating, climbing, yoga, and adventurous travel.

 

Qualifications

Art Therapist (MAST)
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC/180.010486)
Masters in Art Therapy with an Emphasis in Counseling, Mount Mary University

Professional Organizations ​​​

Member of the American Art Therapy Association

Professional Contributions

Co-directed "Walking Each Other Home", a Chicago mural created by Thresholds clients living with a mental illness