Maternal and Paternal Mental Health
Rachel Ebert is a licensed clinical social worker and she enjoys working with individuals struggling before, during and after pregnancy. This can include, pre-baby counseling, fertility struggles, postpartum depression and anxiety, pregnancy and infant loss, or birth trauma. In addition, she can support parents with special needs parenting stress and challenges, and other parenting issues.
Rachel has worked with families and individuals in a variety of settings for over 15 years. She has worked with as a nanny, preschool teacher, special needs care coordinator, and early childhood specialist. Through Postpartum Support International and 2020Mom I recently participated in Maternal Mental Health training certificate and I am currently taking a course on Pregnancy and Infant Loss and one on Birth Trauma.
Rachel completed her Master’s in Social Work at Hawaii Pacific University, where she learned about the diverse communities here on Oahu and a generalist approach to providing therapy. Aside from her work with early childhood, her experience varies and includes work with adjudicated adolescents and adults with serious mental illness, women in substance abuse treatment and their new babies, and Elementary literacy.