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Rachel Chapman

Doctorate Internship


Former clinical counselor and psychology professor.

Rachel Chapman is a doctoral student at Brigham Young University’s counseling psychology program. She was born in Oklahoma. She is from a small town in southern Illinois, USA and is the second oldest of four. As a first-generation student, she completed a B.S. in social work at Brigham Young University-Idaho in social work as well as a master’s in social work from the University of Oklahoma. Rachel worked as a social work intern at the OU Counseling Psychology Training Clinic, as well as a clinical social worker in schools in rural Oklahoma. She has worked with students at BYU for the last several years as a doctoral clinician at BYU’s counseling and psychological services. Rachel is proud to be affiliated with the BYU Poly Psi Research Team conducting Polynesian American psychology research.

Areas of Interest

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • LGBTQ+ concerns
  • Mindfulness
  • Individual and group therapy
  • ADHD
  • Sexual Concerns
  • Women’s Issues

Theoretical Approach

  • Relational/person centered
  • Compassion focused therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy