Rachel Kovensky, MS

Student Intern

Does this sound familiar?

  • Struggling to live your best life due to anxiety, depression, or self-doubt?

  • Feeling uncertain about how to heal from trauma, grief, or loss? 

  • Wanting to live more authentically and improve your relationship with yourself and others? 

  • Seeking to more fully understand an ADHD diagnosis through a strengths-based lens and develop tools and strategies that can help you succeed? 

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Take your first step today.  

Email  welcome@vistapsych.com 

Call 541-517-9733 Text 541-525-0023

I can help…

I enjoy and have years of experience working with adolescents, college students, and adults who are grappling with difficulties related to concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship difficulties, AD/HD, etc. 

I strive to work collaboratively with clients, honoring each person’s inner wisdom while also offering evidence-based strategies for managing symptoms and difficulties. 

I seek to truly listen and understand each individual with whom I work, offering support, direction, and an alternative perspective when needed. I believe that context matters and affects not only the way we think and feel, but also how we show up in our relationships with others. I welcome conversations about how factors such as discrimination/oppression, financial hardship, familial/relationship factors, etc. impact mental health and wellbeing. I also work hard to ensure that my work is congruent with client’s cultural values and religious beliefs. 

What can you expect?

  • A safe, non-judgmental space that facilitates healing and hope and allows you to:

  • Increase your understanding of yourself and your values, allowing you to disrupt unhelpful patterns and regain control of your life.

  • Enhance your ability to be present, practice self-compassion, and understand, manage, and express your emotions. 

  • Increase your self-confidence and your ability to to communicate your wants, needs, and boundaries with others. 

  • Acquire helpful tools and strategies for managing anxiety, depression, and trauma-related symptoms.

  • Develop new routines and habits that allow you to stay organized, manage time, and improve overall productivity towards your goals.