Rachel Innerarity, MA LPC
Rachel Innerarity is a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Texas who specializes in Couples and Family Therapy. She will work with you and your partner to help reconnect and rekindle. She provides in-depth assessment and analysis to help pinpoint your most significant areas of friction and develop a targeted and individualized plan to set you and your partner on a path towards success. Through guided sessions, Rachel can walk you step by step to help you develop the skills necessary to navigate conflict successfully, express your feelings more fully, and connect with one another on a deeper, more intimate level. Rachel has received Level 2 Training in the Gottman Method.
Gottman Intervention Methods are backed by over four decades of empirical research. Inspired by his own dating failures, NY Times best selling author of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work John Gottman began his biggest research project; why can't he get and keep a date? Motivated by his training in biology labs, Gottman approached this problem with the old, reliable scientific method. Learn more about the Gottman Method.
Rachel began her career working with veterans at the Center for Deployment. She gained experience in various mental health environments, including the Crisis Center for Anderson and Cherokee Counties. Previously Rachel worked as a therapist specializing in Couples at Noyau Wellness Center. As well as seeing couples, Rachel works a the Middle School Counselor at The Hockaday School in Dallas. Rachel earned her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and her Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from the University of Texas at Tyler.