Rachel Gombash (pronouns: she/her) is a licensed professional counselor who works with children and adolescents. Her specialty interests are child and adolescent issues, grief, trauma, and positive parenting.
Rachel completed her undergraduate education at Bowling Green State University, earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She then completed her graduate education at Kent State University, earning a master’s degree in clinical counseling. Rachel loves to seek new knowledge and is currently teaching herself to speak Hungarian.
Prior to private practice, Rachel has worked with children and adolescents for the past three years in outpatient community mental health, as well as the school setting. She is passionate about helping children and adolescents navigate and overcome struggles related to anxiety, depression, communication, self-esteem, family issues, loss, peer issues, and trauma.