Rachel T. Salamon, LCSW
Rachel Salamon is a Licensed Clinical Social worker with an extensive background in behavioral and mental health. She is currently working with children and families providing Parent Child Interaction Therapy. Rachel understands and sees first hand that parenting in the 21st century presents many challenges. Parenting often becomes a balancing act between personal needs and familial needs. Children often struggle with defiance, emotional dysregulation, intense tantrums, and a low frustration tolerance. Rachel feels strongly that creating a sense of calm and fostering positive relationships in the home will help parents and children succeed and ultimately decrease a child’s negative behaviors. Rachel is passionate about helping families foster positive and meaningful interactions and is committed to helping improve the caregiver-child relationship, improve confidence in parents, and decrease child behavior problems such as defiance and aggression.
Rachel graduated with a masters degree from Columbia University School of Social Work and went on to receive her clinical licensure. She offers individualized and group therapy to clients or all ages going through various mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, adjustment disorder, defiance, familial relationship struggles, and life stressors. Rachel also holds a background in both inpatient and outpatient healthcare settings providing support, referrals, and counseling to patients with varying illnesses.
Rachel is passionate about helping clients implement behavior modifications to improve their overall health and well-being. She prides herself on her commitment to helping clients foster positive change, growth, and self-compassion. Rachel has been trained in Cognitive behavioral therapy, Symptom targeted intervention, and in Parent Child Interaction Therapy. She Offers individualized approaches and understands that every individual and family is unique.