Rachel Livingston, MA, LMFT
Rachel Livingston is a Minnesota Board Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her Master's Degree in Counseling and Psychotherapy from Adler Graduate School and her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Drake University.
As a therapist, Rachel became aware of the fact that most of her clients were either thinking about separation and divorce, entering a divorce process or they were dealing with on-going issues following a divorce. It was then that Rachel decided that she could offer additional support to divorcing individuals, couples and families.
Rachel is a qualified neutral under Rule 114 on the Minnesota Supreme Court’s Roster of Qualified Neutrals. She provides mediation services during and following a divorce, with a focus on helping parents create parenting plans. She is a co-parenting coach for divorced and divorcing parents. And she provides court-appointed parenting consulting (pc) and parenting time expeditor (pte) services.
As a divorced parent of four grown children, Rachel understands that it can be difficult to parent together while deciding to live apart. She knows that even parents with the best intentions end up emotionally triggered and can have a hard time resolving issues. And she knows that parents who put their children as their #1 priority will never regret it.
Rachel is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC), the Minnesota Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (MAMFT), and the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota (CLI).