Rachel Le, MA, LPCC (she/her)
Rachel Le is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Her theory of counseling combines the strengths of her clinical training with the learning style of her clients. She works with clients ages 6+ as individuals, families, and couples. She has a special interest in assisting blended families, single parents, first generation/immigrant families, and neurodiverse clients.

Rachel believes that stories are sacred. Stories of healing unfold with healthier pathways when they are in a safe and non-judgmental space. She honors the privilege of coming alongside her clients in creating those new paths, and respectfully restoring old ones. Rachel utilizes each client’s strengths, values, interests, learning style, and goals to develop a treatment plan that best meets their needs. This might incorporate talk, play, art, or somatic/movement approaches as appropriate for each client.

Rachel utilizes DBT and ABA for clients who benefit from a structured approach of learning, modeling, practicing, and implementing new coping skills that improve overall functioning. With children and adolescents, she will usually apply narrative, creative art and play, movement, and attachment-informed approaches. With teens and adults, Rachel will often use trauma-informed Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), family systems, and somatic interventions adapted from EMDR.


Rachel holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Bethel University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Hamline University. Rachel has been practicing since 2013 in a variety of settings: outpatient private practice, center-based therapy, school-based therapy, and in-home therapy. She has supervised other independently licensed mental health professionals in a large outpatient setting. Rachel is trained in psychological testing for neurodevelopmental disorders. Rachel is also a Certified Dialectical Behavior Therapist (DBT), and has an extensive background as a Behavioral Analyst & Technician for clients with Autism.
Rachel is a parent of three, and loves exploring the outdoors with her family and trying new foods. Archery, badminton, a good board game, reading, and listening to podcasts are among her favorite things.
  • Anxiety & OCD
  • Trauma, grief, and loss
  • ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism
  • Personality disorders
  • Family & parenting issues
  • Identity, values, and faith
  • In-person
  • Virtually