Rachel Eisenstat

I believe therapy is a tool to bring us back in relationship with our aliveness. In therapy, I aim to support you in uncovering your innate ability to heal, feel whole, and connected through a compassionate, anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, and somatic-based lens. Attuning to your needs and feelings of safety while uplifting your own strengths and resources is fundamental in our work together.  

My practice is tailored to what works best for you and your therapeutic goals using approaches from Attachment Theory, Trauma Theory, Hakomi Mindfulness Therapy, Parts Therapy, and Polyvagal Theory. I draw from my experience in movement studies, social justice activism, neurodivergent, queer, and spiritual communities to help curate a welcoming, dynamic and holistic practice.  

It’s an honor to be a witness to your journey.