Rachel Schiff, AMFT

Rachel Schiff, AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

(she/her/hers)

AMFT #122715

Supervised by Bridget Joyce, LCSW #95188

During our initial sessions, we will explore your reasons for beginning therapy and discuss your desired changes. Collaboratively, we will develop goals for our time together. The following sessions will focus on challenges as they arise as well as experimenting with new ways of being. Keeping your goals in mind will help us see progress, highlight areas in need of greater attention, and celebrate your successes. You can find healing, hope, and deeper connections in your relationships.

My clinical experience includes working with individual adults and children, couples, and families on topics including: relationships, communication, and intimacy; parenting and family struggles; insomnia and sleep issues; mindfulness, grounding, and stress reduction; anxiety, depression, and shame; complex trauma and strength-based/post-traumatic growth.

I have a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from The Wright Institute and a BA in Clinical Psychology from Tufts University. I draw from training in EMDR, somatic experiencing, ACT, internal family systems, cognitive-behavioral, and attachment perspectives.

Outside of my practice, I am usually cooking with my husband or reading to my kids. I also dabble in a wide range of hobbies including journaling, gardening, quilting, yoga, hiking, and reading just about anything.