Water Ripple

A native-born Huntsvillian, I love this city and the people within it. I obtained my bachelor’s degree and first master’s degree in clinical nutrition and have been working as a Registered Dietitian since 2016. While working with people one-on-one to discuss nutrition, I realized that my true passion and calling is in counseling. I decided to pursue an additional master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and I am slated to graduate in December 2022. I hope to use both my knowledge of nutrition and my current training in counseling to work with people from an integrative approach, especially when it comes to body image and our relationships with food.

This past year has been one of the most difficult times of many of our lives. Many of us realized that we are not as “fine” as we might want to think that we are, and it can be easy to lose ourselves in worry, current events, and the external things that we think define us. I believe that each of us is valuable and beloved, and I desire to work with people as a team to help them continue to grow and learn in a positive direction.

When I am not busy with my work as a dietitian, my studies, or counseling, you can find me in the kitchen perfecting my latest baking venture, out for a hike, travelling, or spending time with my family.

Rachel Sullivan

Under Supervision of

Kimberly Allfrey, LPC-S