As a therapist who works from a person-centered perspective, Rochelle strives to build positive rapport in the therapeutic relationship. She works to instill a sense of hope and the ability to maintain it. She helps individuals explore the meaning in experiences and the purpose of one’s life. She believes counseling is a process to discover more about oneself and ways to repurpose one’s lives, when it is called for.
Rochelle works with those experiencing mental health diagnoses, suicidality, anxiety, PTSD, and learning disabilities, including intellectual developmental delays (IDD) and autism spectrum. She has extensive experience working with survivors of abuse and sexual assault, and the judicial processes associated. She has specialized training in trauma-informed care, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).
She is a graduate of St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas with a Bachelor’s in Human Services and a Master’s in Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Rochelle is the proud wife of a U.S. Army veteran and has a passion for supporting those that have so bravely served in the line of duty to maintain the freedoms of our country. She looks forward to developing alliances with the men, women, and families that have served and are seeking increased understanding of their roles, life events, and changes happening in their lives.