Rachelle Bartlett MS, TLMHC, C-DMHC


M.S. Clinical Counseling 2020, Bellevue University, NE
B.A. Molecular Biology/Biochemistry, Concordia University, OR

Rachelle began her career as a scientist/toxicologist in Oregon, studying pesticide exposure in migrant children. Her work was instrumental in federal and state changes to migrant housing, early childhood neurobehavioral testing protocols, and community advocacy. Rachelle then moved into academia, first at Oregon State University and then Georgetown University, researching environmental exposure, dose response, maternal health and contributing to over 40 peer reviewed publications. Rachelle has sat on a variety of boards, committees and government panels as an advocate for disenfranchised populations. Rachelle is bi-lingual and speaks Spanish and English.


Rachelle works with teens, families, couples and groups. She is trained in attachment, PCIT-Iowa, Suicide/Crisis models, Circle of Security, Internal Family Systems, and is certified as a Disaster Mental Health Counselor. Rachelle is passionate about decreasing stigma surrounding mental health, including suicidality, self-harm and access to mental health for veterans/first responders. Rachelle is an LBGTQ+ ally and enjoys working with culturally diverse clients.
Rachelle and her husband, are the parents of 4 adult children, who live all over the U.S. Rachelle enjoys travelling, gardening, crafts, Escape Rooms/Logic puzzles, research/CE and exploring small towns and eateries. She also belongs to a book club and loves to read.