About Rhea Lester

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My Story

Starting my career as a therapist, I had the opportunity to intern at a treatment center for abuse victims and survivors of domestic violence. It became clear to me early on that this was my true calling - to make a positive impact on my clients' lives by helping them overcome their traumatic experiences. Witnessing their strength and resilience in the face of adversity was truly inspiring.

Through this work, I realized that I wanted to grow professionally as a trauma-informed therapist with a passion for continued learning and giving back to the mental health field. I strongly believe that a history of childhood abuse and domestic violence should not define one's identity or quality of life.

My journey has led me down a path of continuous learning and exploration, and I am committed to helping not only my clients but also making a difference in our communities.

My Mission

My mission is to empower individuals who have experienced childhood abuse and domestic violence to live fearlessly and free from the lasting effects of their trauma. Through trauma-informed counseling and support, I strive to help my clients heal and reclaim their lives, so they can move forward with confidence, resilience, and a renewed sense of purpose.

I am here for you.

As a trauma-informed therapist, I am here to support you on your journey towards healing and growth. Together, we will work to develop personalized goals that are meaningful to you. You don't have to go through this alone. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for my clients to explore their struggles, gain insight, and rebuild their sense of self. Through our work together, we will challenge negative beliefs and create new narratives that empower you to live a fulfilling life. Remember, healing is possible and I am here to guide you every step of the way.

Reach out today!

Please complete the form below to schedule an appointment.If you plan to use insurance you can use this link https://secure.helloalma.com/providers/rhea-lester/ to access an appointment calendar, don't see a good time, please reach out by completing the form below and I will be in touch shortly!

If you are currently experiencing a mental health crisis or having suicidal thoughts, it is essential to seek immediate help. Please contact 911 or your local emergency services or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for immediate assistance. https://988lifeline.org/

Remember, seeking help during a crisis is a sign of strength and bravery, and you do not have to go through this alone.

Warm Regards,