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Last updated: 3/11/2020
Rachel Mailey
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Northeastern Counseling Services, LLC
Licensed Professional Counselor
5021 East Trindle Rd
17050  United States
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717 4065190 (Phone)
717 2022590 (Fax)
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  Licensed Professional Counselor PC001034 (2002-present); National Certified Counselor 55411 (1999-present)
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BSW Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa (1991)
MS in Clinical Counseling, Shippensburg, Pa (1998)

Most recent experience:
Licensed Professional Counselor at Northeastern Counseling Services, LLC, Mechanicsburg, Pa (2019-present)
LPC at Cognitive Health Solutions, LLC Hanover, Pa (2014-2019)
Social/Volunteer Organizations
Member of Dover Area School Board, Dover, Pa (2015-present)
Member of Unity Council at Dover Area School District, Dover, Pa (2018-present
Member of Veterans Memorial Committee, Dover, Pa (2019-present)
Junior Achievement of South Central Pa Volunteer (2012-present)
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Rachel Mailey graduated with her Master of Science (MS) in Counseling from Shippensburg University in 1998. She became a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2002, and has worked in a variety of Mental Health settings over the past several years including small group counseling practices, Community Mental Health agencies, and family and children's services. She has worked as a bereavement counselor at a local Hospice and in the schools as a school-based counselor as well.

Rachel has a strong interest in working with postpartum women, particularly those suffering with Postpartum Depression, as well as a general interest in Grief and Loss work, including perinatal loss. Rachel works with all age groups and most issues such as anxiety, depression, life transitions, and marital issues. She also works with a limited number of Eating Disordered clients under the supervision of Nicole Woods, MSW (certified Eating Disorder clinician). She provides Individual and Couples Counseling, and believes in parental involvement in the therapeutic process when working with children. Rachel believes in the power that each person has to make positive changes for themselves in their lives, and recognizes that sometimes seeking professional guidance and support in an objective and non- judgmental setting is necessary to promote growth. She recognizes that allowing oneself to be vulnerable in a counseling setting is not an easy process but that the rewards can be tremendous.