- Rachel Dack is a Licensed Psychotherapist and a Nationally Certified Counselor who is passionate about helping others achieve positive wellbeing and partake in healthy, satisfying relationships with others. Rachel offers psychotherapy for individuals (children, adolescents and adults), couples and families in her Bethesda, Maryland office. Rachel also serves as a relationship coach for adults who are looking for love and would like support with dating, intimacy and relationship building. Services are offered in Rachel's office or over the phone.
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Over the last few days I have spent a lot of time thinking about the word “expansion.” My thinking was prompted by the idea of “openings,” brought forth by the inspiration of an incredibly wonderful, supportive, creative mentor, dear friend, … Continue reading
As Eckhart Tolle’s above quote suggests, we find peace through self-reflection and increased self-awareness. We are at peace when we find ourselves by looking within and engaging in self-reflection. Peace comes from acknowledging our needs, taking care of our minds and bodies and accepting who we are. Acceptance of self is one of the greatest healers. Continue reading
When we live authentically, we are able to show the world our true selves and let go of our need to hide behind a mask. Living this way is not necessarily an easy task due to societal expectations and pressure … Continue reading
We all have a life story that includes the high points and low points, twists and turns and important moments on our journey through life. Our life stories are made up of the events, situations, relationships, experiences and interactions that influence us and shape our existence. Negative, positive, pessimistic or optimistic themes emerge in our life stories depending on our perspective. We can view our struggles as opportunities for reflection and self-growth or view ourselves as victims in our struggles. We can blame others and downplay our own roles or find compassion to forgive, let go and move through life with grace and responsibility. We each have an important choice. Continue reading