Rachael Hall, Intern

Education, Experience, and Training

University of Wisconsin-Parkside December 2022 Bachelor of Science, Psychology

Mount Mary University Graduation date: Spring 2025 Master of Science in Professional Counseling: Clinical Mental Health Counseling Trauma Counseling Certificate of Completion  

I am currently a graduate student at Mount Mary University, working toward my master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a certificate in trauma counseling. My work with clients is designed to be individualized and unique to their needs and personal goals. As an intern with Therayology, I look forward to working with individuals and couples using an integrated theory with a foundation in attachment theory. With this, I strive to guide my clients toward healing relational wounds in a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship.

I utilize an attachment-based lens to guide treatment with my clients. This emphasizes a person’s upbringing, relationships with caregivers, and how these aspects can inform the present and future. Unpacking the past in therapy can shed light on patterns in our relationships that keep us stuck and prevent us from reaching our fullest potential. Together, we can develop helpful techniques for you to use outside of sessions and bring about positive change in your life by interrupting these patterns. Attachment exploration in a therapeutic environment allows for establishing healthier and more fulfilling connections. My clinical supervisor is Cynthia Franzolin, LPC.