Rachell Nord-Roseau is a licensed professional counselor who earned her bachelor’s degree in Natural Science and Psychology from Avila University before earning a master’s degree in Applied Gerontology from Webster University and in Professional Counseling from Missouri Baptist University. What most impacted her decision to become a therapist was seeing the need in the African American community.
Before joining Willis CC, Rachell gained invaluable experience working in community behavioral health for over 20 years. At Willis CC, she looks forward to working with young and middle-aged adults hoping to change their lives for the better.
As a therapist, Rachell has a person-centered, solution-focused approach, meeting guests where they are without any judgment. She loves helping guests resolve their issues and providing encounters that have the power to positively change their lives.
Hailing from Missouri, Rachell loves to sing, people watch and hang out with friends. She’s a mother and a happy maker, and those who know her best describe her as smart, empathetic, and connected.
“Be the change you want to see.”
Age Specialty 17 – 65 y/o
– Families (Groups)
Rachell’s Therapeutic Approach Incorporates
– Christian Therapy
– Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
– Trauma-focused CBT (TF-CBT)
– Group Therapy
– Person-Centered Therapy
– Solution-Focused Brief (SFBT)
– Domestic Violence
– Identity Issues
– Self Esteem
– Spiritual / Religious Issues
– Trauma / PTSD
– Missouri Telehealth/Virtual