Rachel Fallig is a licensed clinical psychologist with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. She holds two Master’s in Psychology and earned a BA in Interpersonal Communication from Purdue University prior to her doctoral work.
Focusing on mental health in young adults, Rachel completed her APA internship in health services psychology at the Drexel University Counseling Center and postdoctoral fellowship at Haverford College CAPS. She joined CAPS in 2015 and trained there for four years, before returning as a psychological counselor. She also maintains a private practice in Philadelphia.
Rachel is an identity-affirming therapist who is committed to providing culturally responsive care. She believes the stories we tell and the communities we build are fundamental to this work, and her therapeutic style reflects this perspective. Rachel sees therapy as a collaborative process, viewing the work from a lens that adapts and readjusts with every student she meets. At its core, her clinical approach considers how our relationships, social systems, personal histories, and development inform the ways we experience ourselves, others, and the worlds we occupy and move through.