Rachel Champeau, LPCC
I provide a supportive and encouraging environment where you are free to express frustrations, resentments, concerns, and fears you may be experiencing. I firmly believe that all people should be accepted and supported for who they are regardless of what they may currently be experiencing. Through such encouragement and support clients have felt able to face their challenges head on and succeed.
I view the therapeutic process as highly collaborative between client and therapist. I often encourage clients to set goals that we can work on together both in session and out. After all, this journey is about you and I am along to guide you on your way.
I have experience working with children, adolescents and adults through the past several years. I have worked with children and adolescents for over 10 years including children with special needs (Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional Behavioral Disorders) as well as adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, anger outburst/violence toward others, LGBTQ identity concerns, and substance use.
Through my work in private practice I have worked with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, work/life balance, relationship concerns, and grief & loss. I also have specialized experience and training in perinatal mental health which encompasses infertility, miscarriages, infant loss, postpartum depression, and postpartum anxiety.
Degrees & Certifications:
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, University of Minnesota
License Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of Minnesota
Camri Naseth, BA, BS, LADC
Masters level intern Marriage and Family Therapist
Camri Naseth is a Masters level intern currently studying at Saint Mary’s University in the Marriage and Family therapy program and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. She also holds a Certificate in Addiction Studies from Metropolitan State University. She is currently a licensed alcohol and drug counselor.
Camri has been working with adults in chemical dependency for two years in various treatment programs where she has done individual, group, and family work. She uses an eclectic approach which includes Gottman, Structural, and Cognitive Behavioral techniques among others. Camri enjoys working with families, couples, and adults. Some of the areas that Camri has taken a special interest in are addiction, couples, depression, anxiety, and family dynamics.