Hello! I'm Rachel Cazavilan Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Health and Nutrition Coach Clinical Director, Owner
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Eugene, OR
Life can be stressful and change can be hard. I act as a consistent landing place & am available to support and encourage through change. I teach people how to assess their lifestyles...how they’re feeding and treating their bodies...in relation to the sense of wellness they have in their daily lives. I support professionals in learning to manage the stresses of their work and growing leadership or building their business. And I am registered with the State to Supervise LPC and LMFT interns.
I help parents learn how to nurture meaningful and healthy relationships with their children, from infants to young adults. I hold space for new parents to navigate all the important and often challenging transitions before, during, and after the arrival of their children.
I see adult individuals and couples looking to improve their relationships including LGBTQ couples, non-traditional partnerships, those with fidelity issues, and separating/divorcing and coparents. I act as a guide through the commonly dizzying world of dating, no matter what goals or preferences in relationships are.
Humanistic therapy is a positive approach to psychotherapy that focuses on a person's individual nature. It emphasizes the importance of being your true self in order to lead the most fulfilling life. It's based on the principle that everyone has their own unique way of looking at the world.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of talking treatment which focuses on how your thoughts, beliefs and attitudes affect your feelings and behavior, and teaches you coping skills for dealing with different problems. It combines cognitive therapy (examining the things you think) and behavior therapy (examining the things you do).
In couples counseling, partners gain new perspectives about each other and the way they relate, and they also learn new ways of being together. Couples counseling includes “skills work” to help partners actually do something different, as well as helping them explore their feelings and thoughts with the other(s).