Rochelle is passionate about helping others cope with issues concerning grief, trauma, PTSD, and personality disorders. She is also very interested in helping couples and families, groups, individuals dealing with communication struggles, disordered eating, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, women’s issues, and career counseling.
Rochelle believes that life has purpose and meaning, and although it can be challenging, together we can work to cope with and overcome life’s challenges. Overwhelming setbacks, change, or loss can feel debilitating, but she truly believes that therapy can help an individual find new insight and hope, and build resilience.
She comes from a military family and has had the opportunity to live in many diverse communities. She was born in Louisiana, and grew up in Germany, Hawaii, and El Paso. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at El Paso, where she studied Health and Wellness. She then commissioned into the U.S. Army where she served at Ft Bliss, TX. After transitioning out of the military, she experienced for herself the therapeutic process and realized that this career was for her. She is excited to be a student at Texas Woman’s University where she is earning her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Development. When she’s not working or studying, she enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, friends, and two dogs, traveling, working out, reading for personal growth, and binge-watching Bravo TV.