Rachelle is a mental health professional, rehabilitation specialist, and family support partner who has been with Priestley Mental Health since 2004. She oversees the case management program and is Priestley Mental Health's training coordinator responsible for overseeing the training and professional development of our staff. Rachelle is certified in psychiatric rehabilitation and family support and is a much-requested CBRS worker in our community program. She has received awards for her career in community and behavioral health support, including Priestley Mental Health's Intervention Excellence Award in 2021 and a service award in 2022.
Rachelle enjoys the outdoors, hiking, spending time with her family, and watching movies.
Rachelle is a human services and mental health professional with over 16 years of experience. She earned her bachelor's degree in English with a minor in psychology from Weber State University. Rachelle has a background as a training program developer and certified tutor and has served as the manager of multiple mental health programs. Her experience in rehabilitation and life-skills teaching has been utilized in multiple settings, including in the community, in the public school system, and clinically. Alongside working in case management, Rachelle has maintained her CBRS certification through the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association for several years. She holds a CFSP credential in family support and is certified by the Crisis Prevention Institute.
Bachelor of Science, English
Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner (CPRP)
Certified Family Support Partner (CFSP)
Trauma-Informed Crisis Response & Intervention