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Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board
Masters from Antioch University New England and holds a membership with American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
Being one of twelve children, Mrs. Croce has long felt a strong interest in the impact of family systems. She specializes in working with couples and individuals within the context of their family, social, cultural, and spiritual systems. Rachel works with couples, families and individuals at all stages of the lifespan and has experience in working with issues of trauma, sexual abuse, domestic violence, adjusting to change, attachment issues, conflict management, relational hurts, grief and loss, infidelity, divorce, LGBT relationship issues, anxiety, parenting, depression, and more. Rachel identifies as a Christian therapist who works toward bringing about social justice in the world by taking on a perspective that gives equal value to the diversity of each individual’s voice which strives at deeper change while nurturing a process of healing and growth.
Someone once told me that all problems in life are relational. I felt skeptical in hearing this statement, but the more I experience life, I feel more drawn to this theory. I believe that reconciliation is one of the most beautiful things one can experience in life and that sadness is very much a natural part of us living within a relational context. My hope is that grace can be found in the healing process of being in relationship with one's self, others, and the world around them. Much of my own healing has transpired within the grace and hope I have found in God. While I do not hold others to the same experiences I have had, I look forward to being a supportive witness as I work collaboratively alongside others in their own process of healing.
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