Rachel Jewett

Rachel is a Psychology Resident who is especially interested in helping adults and adolescents struggling with:

Anxiety & Depression

Eating Disorders

Athletes experiencing mental performance & mental health challenges

As a therapist, my goal is to create a trusting and safe space where clients and I collaborate to overcome challenges and improve their quality of life. I enjoy working with adults and adolescents who are struggling with anxiety, depression, low energy and motivation, or difficulty coping with life stressors. In my practice I also enjoy working with athletes experiencing a range of mental performance and mental health challenges, as well as treating eating disorders and disordered eating, while supporting individuals in overcoming the burden of negative body image. 

Grounded in a strong therapeutic relationship, the therapy I provide typically involves cognitive behavioural (CBT) techniques and complimentary tools that would be individualized to your particular needs and goals. For example, our work may involve developing awareness of the relationships between your thoughts, emotions, and behaviours and how these experiences may be blocking you from achieving a satisfying and meaningful life. We might also work on specific behavioural changes or developing more adaptive ways of perceiving and processing challenging situations, to help you achieve the progress and growth you are looking for. Finally, I’m passionate about working with clients with a variety of backgrounds and lived experiences, and learning from them about how to shape therapy approaches to meet their needs within their context.

I am a clinical psychology Resident and provide services under the supervision of registered psychologists at the Mindful Living Centre. I offer in-person and virtual services in the Burlington and Oakville clinics. If you would like to connect to learn more about how I can help, please reach out by phone or email to set up an initial consult. I’m looking forward to speaking with you!