Rachel is the owner and operator of The Hope Place and a non-profit for veterans called Pine Trees Counseling Center. She and her family attend church in Mansfield, TX and raise various animals on their ranch. She drives a jeep, enjoys nail art as a coping skill, and hopes to one day automate everything in her house with google. Including dinner.
Rachel Terry LPC-S is a professional counselor who works with clients suffering from trauma, depression, marital discord, anxiety, addiction, and various mood disorders to take back control of their lives to become their best selves.
Rachel believes that anyone can change their circumstances with hope.
Rachel is certified in accelerated resolution therapy (ART) and Betrayal Trauma. She utilizes Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) in her work with clients in person and online.
Rachel has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient, outpatient PHP, women’s shelters, private practice, disaster relief, and nonprofit settings. She has also worked with a variety of clients including women, combat veterans, couples, and adolescents.
Rachel has presented at the Solution Focused Brief Therapy World Expo and has been deployed through the Red Cross as a disaster relief mental health specialist.
Rachel holds a Masters in Professional Counseling from Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, TX.
Rachel has always had a heart for the things important to people, going back to “counseling sessions” on the playground in elementary school. The same passion also fueled her own journey in mental and emotional healing. She is passionate about all aspects of health and wellness and believes in a holistic approach when considering mental health. Since no two people are alike, treatment approaches will look different to accommodate the uniqueness of the individuals.
Rachel obtained a Masters in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2006 and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Most of her professional experience consists of working alongside families involved with the foster care system where issues involving racism, generational abuse, addictions, grief and shame, codependency, and complex trauma are dominant. She is also active in the recovery ministry at her church. Her ministry and professional experiences give her a strong background in both addictions and childhood trauma.
Where can you find Rachel during her free time? Chances are decent she is either at the gym, on the trails running, or curled up with her dogs, husband, and a good book. Or at the coffee shop. Always the coffee shop.
Cameron earned his Bachelors of Art in Psychology at Texas State University and Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Wesleyan University. He is both a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
His experience is heavily rooted in acute psychiatric settings working inpatient, intensive outpatient, and forensic counseling. While he learned a lot and is thankful for the experience, he knows that he enjoys helping people in the longer journey of overall stability and has moved to work with The Hope Place in private practice.
He also has a passion for helping those who are grieving, and he understands that we all lose people in our lives and it is certainly a process to adjust to a life without those people close to us after their death.
Regarding therapy, he usually employs a Solution-Focused and Narrative approach meaning you are the expert on your life and, together, you explore moments when the problem(s) were less or not even around, what made that possible, and how you might achieve that in this current moment or in the near future.
Problems aren't born in a vacuum so he looks to see who else in one's life might have significance in reducing the issues you face.
Cameron is also licensed to provide online counseling for Texas residents and very much enjoys this model of treatment.
As his schedule develops he will be offering afternoon and Saturday sessions.