Rachel Bagley, MS, NCC, LPC

Rachel Bagley, MS, NCC, LPC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

I offer mindful and body-centered psychotherapy to those struggling with life issues. My work is compassionate and collaborative with an emphasis on the client's innate ability to heal. Some areas of change I work with include trauma, depression, anxiety, relational struggles, attachment issues.

Client Status

accepting clients



4531 SE Belmont St.

Suite 102

Portland, OR 97215

At a Glance


Rate: $220-$245

Provides free initial consultation

Provides telehealth services

Practicing Since: 2015

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Group
  • Relationship

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network

I have deep respect and compassion for those embarking on the journey of healing and self-growth. I believe therapy should be collaborative and I offer a safe presence that supports the process of change. My practice is an experiential, somatic, and mindful process that allows clients to safely explore their experience. Based on clients' individual needs, my approach draws from Neurobiology, Attachment Theory, Hakomi, EMDR (Trauma), and Family Systems. Throughout the process of therapy, the client and I will work to transform wounds and unhelpful patterns into resourced and empowered ways of being.

I moved to Portland, Oregon in 1998. I attended Portland State University and graduated with a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Early in my studies, I was fascinated with the ways in which the brain and body influence one another. This inspired my year-long internship at M.E.T.A., a mindful and somatic based clinic in Portland. I am trained in Attachment Therapy, Hakomi, ReCreation of the Self, and EMDR for healing trauma. My practice is also informed by neurobiology, which is the science behind how the brain and body coexist.

Techniques I Use


  • Attachment Theory External link

    I have been trained in Experiential Attachment Psychotherapy. I have a passion for working with those wanting to find more security in their attachment style and in their relationships.

  • Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) External link

    I have been trained in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy through Eagala. I work with individual adults and couples in this modality.

  • Hakomi External link

    I trained in Hakomi through M.E.T.A., which is also where I completed a year-long internship utilizing this Experiential, Somatic, and Mindful process of therapy.

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