Rachel Randolph, LMSW
Bushwick & Greenpoint Locations
Adults, Families, & Children
My practice as a clinical social worker and psychotherapist spans over 10 years and includes work with children, adolescents, and adults with a range of symptoms and challenges, including depression, anxiety, trauma, difficulty with relationships, behavioral issues, and loss. My practice is rooted in psychodynamic theory, though I draw on a variety of models to bring clarity to dilemmas and help relieve symptoms.
My style is warm and engaging, and I consider the role of the therapist to be a collaborative one. My approach stems from the belief that there is great value in having one’s story heard and understood. In a safe and confidential environment, we will investigate the experiences, feelings, and questions that brought you to therapy, as well as strategies to help you overcome the obstacles that keep you from living the life you want.
Coming to therapy takes courage, yet it is rewarding. Therapy can help us make new meaning of old stories, make choices with intention and integrity, and cope with our lives with greater compassion for ourselves and those around us.
Rachel Randolph, LMSW, has a graduate degree from Hunter College School of Social Work, and postgraduate certification from New York Institute for Psychotherapy Training.