"The choice was counseling or separation. Rachel saw us at our worst,
and helped us on our way back to being our best. Rachel helped us fight
for our marriage and our family instead of fighting each other."
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Rachel Stein graduated from Smith College with a degree in Psychology and Neuroscience, and from the University of Southern California with a degree in Clinical Social Work with a focus on families. With 15 years of experience, Rachel brings a fierce belief in the power of couples therapy to heal and transform relationships. Additionally, Rachel has extensive training and background in working with parents on challenging issues, is a certified Reflective Parenting Program group leader, has specialized training in postpartum mood disorders, and has received advanced training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Rachel's approach is a relational one, which focuses on attunement and mindfulness, as well as connection and strengths. In addition to her clinical expertise in couples and family dynamics, Rachel is fluent in Spanish and experienced at working with families who are bi-cultural. Rachel is married with two children.