Rachel Goldner, LLMSW

Rachel Goldner, LLMSW

Rachel Goldner, LLMSW, got her Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan. She believes that everyone, no matter their age, can benefit from therapy.

Rachel holds a safe and nonjudgmental space for her clients, looks at each client as an individual, and recognizes that everyone works at their own pace. She takes time to ensure that her clients are comfortable and takes a collaborative approach when identifying and working toward her clients’ treatment goals. Rachel treats all of her clients with respect, regardless of their age, background, culture, gender, or sexual orientation.

Rachel works mostly with adults who are struggling with a range of challenges in their lives, such as: life transitions, anxiety, grief, loss, depression, and relationship challenges. Rachel acknowledges that going through challenges in life can be difficult, however, she is here to meet you where you are, and help you take the next steps forward to reaching your goals.

She also works with young adults who are facing the stressors of being college students while navigating through life and facing the anxiety that comes with transitioning from student to working adult. Rachel understands how difficult college can be and how challenging it can be to balance the academic and social pressures of college while also trying to maintain important relationships.

An area of expertise for Rachel is supporting older adults through life changes as well as supporting their caregivers. Rachel is aware of the unique challenges that are a part of aging and how these can impact the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of an individual’s life and significantly affect their quality of life. Rachel was recognized as a geriatric scholar at the University of Michigan and has special training on working with the aging population. Rachel uses evidence-based approaches in her therapy and uses the modality that will best suit her client. Rachel uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and incorporates a mindfulness approach as well as person centered therapy.

38807 Ann Arbor Rd Ste 9
Livonia, MI 48150

(734) 772-0148