Rachael is a graduate from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where she received her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy. As a board-certified occupational therapist, she has had the opportunity to learn and grow, with experiences in an acute hospital setting, older adult community center, special needs school and the general adult population. Rachael fell in love with occupational therapy from a young age after seeing the benefits it provides. As someone who lives with chronic pain, she is able to see how the holistic approach occupational therapists take with their clients is valuable in improving their overall quality of life. It is important to her that she helps you get back to doing the things that are most important to you in your life.
She is an avid animal lover who has had many different pets throughout her life, including cats, rabbits, snakes, frogs, turtles, and most recently she has befriended squirrels and chipmunks.