Rachele Epp

Rachele Epp, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
30 years in practice
  • Suite 202
  • 8260 College Parkway
  • Fort Myers,FL

About Rachele Epp

Have you lost your joy for life? Are you struggling with depression, fear, or anxiety? Are you having difficulty balancing career, family, and social obligations? Maybe you have been the victim of abuse, assault, domestic violence, or trauma that you just can’t get past. These experiences can make you feel anxious and alone. You may feel overwhelmed with anger, guilt, and shame. The balancing act of life can be stressful for anyone, but when you add a traumatic experience, family dysfunction, childhood abuse, or domestic violence, life can be overwhelming. There is hope! You can regain your sense of joy and well-being.

I have over 30 years of counseling experience, with extensive experience in helping clients work through all kinds of issues. I draw from a variety of therapies, including EMDR and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. I will strive to help you find hope and freedom from the pain you are experiencing using the values and belief system you bring to therapy. My goal is to help you find the life you were meant to live.

You are in the driver's seat, and I am here to guide you on your journey to healing. Decide to invest in yourself and find new hope and meaning today! Contact me via phone or email and start your journey to healing.

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