A safe space to recover from trauma and anxiety

Rachel Murdock

Therapist/Owner

I am Rachel Murdock, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Missouri and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Kansas.

I have over 20 years of experience working with law enforcement, victims of trauma, and criminal/civil justice systems.

I guide trauma survivors, first responders, women with anxiety/perinatal issues, and individuals with anxiety, depression, PTSD/PTSI or OCD to get support, relief, and healing through trauma-informed and evidence-based mental health counseling without judgment.

Do you find yourself…

  • Feeling triggered in everyday situations?
  • Experiencing disturbing flashbacks and relationship difficulties?
  • Fed up with how trauma seems to be impacting your mental and physical health?
  • Feeling broken, damaged, and disconnected from your true self?

Here’s how I help…

I provide a safe space where you feel understood to share whatever is on your mind and explore your emotions without judging you or pushing too hard.

Healing from trauma and anxiety takes a lot of courage, and I want you to have all the support you need as you develop coping strategies and work through the challenges holding you back.

Through Our Counseling Sessions

Improved Quality of Life

You’ll develop skills to reduce distress and improve your quality of life by being able to control intense emotions, negative thoughts, and reactions.

 

Better Sense of Self

You’ll be more self-aware, and self-confident, and have better self-esteem to be able to lead a fulfilling and satisfying life.

Improved Relationships

You’ll develop healthy communication skills and experience improved relationships in every area of your life.

Services

Individual therapy

Couples/Family therapy

Play Therapy

Expert Testimony

Law Enforcement Wellness Checks

Training and Consultations

Contact

rachel@beyondthestormkc.com

901 W Main Street Ste 200 Blue Springs, MO 64015

816-427-1337

 

Beyond the Storm Behavioral Health, LLC

You don't have to continue feeling broken, and you don't have to do it alone.