Rachael Bell is a Georgia and South Carolina state Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.). She obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA and two graduate degrees at the royal University of Leiden in the Netherlands, including a Master's of Health Psychology and a Master's of Clinical Psychology with a major in Forensic and Criminal Psychology and a minor in Neuropsychology. She has studied and worked with profound behavioral disorders in psychiatric hospitals, prisons and in private practice settings. She provides therapeutic services for children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. She offers a supportive environment utilizing insight-oriented approaches including cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), exposure therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), psychodynamic therapy, behavior modification therapy, anger management and sex therapy.
Rachael also has unique experience with criminal behaviors ranging from sexual fixations to conduct issues with legal ramifications. Moreover, she is a published author and renowned as a criminologist having worked for TruTV (previously Court TV) for more than a decade researching, reporting and writing more than seventy in-depth feature articles on major criminal cases. She’s also the Vice President of Marketing, Editor and author at Crimescape Books, LLC (Crimescape.com).
Specialties include but not limited to:
Individual, Family and Couples Therapy
Addiction and Substance Abuse
Bipolar, Borderline Personality and Depressive Disorders
Sexual and Relationship Issues
Child and Adolescent Social Skill Development
Trauma, Anxiety and PTSD
ADHD and other Developmental Issues
Loss, Grief and Divorce
Conduct and Defiant Behavioral Issues
Mental Health and Psychosexual Assessments