Irene Rapp, MS
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
We are wired to bond and connect with others. Without relationships, we may feel lost and empty. Relationship with parents, children, friends, partners, husbands, wives, teachers, co-workers … the list goes on and on. When our relationships don’t go well, it will cause us to feel anxious, to lose sleep, to lose focus, to question ourselves. It helps to talk to someone to make sense of it all.
I have been helping people work through their relationships for many years. Everyone’s situation is a little bit different. It helps to speak with an objective person who has experience in working through different kinds of situations. My goal is to provide a safe space for us to think through your situation and to experience relationships in a whole new way through our time together.
I am also passionate about working with women. I want to help women find their voices, know their passion, and enjoy more fulfilling lives. . Even though society has come a long ways in recognizing women as equal, we may not feel we are reaching our fullest potential because of the way we grew up, the situations we are in, or the internal voices that we hear. My work is to help you discover who you are, your abilities, and your dreams and desires. Whether you are 19 or 90 years old. I want to help you be the person/woman you are meant to be.
I received my Marriage and Family Therapy training at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. I have been in practice for 18 years, so I have experience working with a variety of situations. Previous to this career, I worked in a business environment, so I know what it means to deal with relationships in work situations.