"Working with Rachel made the incredibly scary process of finding a therapist feel really easy. Initially, I didn't even know how to start looking for help and felt like I didn't have the energy for it. Rachel guided me through the process and came back with a really solid list of options, all of whom accepted my insurance. I ended up with a therapist that has been so helpful for me as I've been going through my divorce and all the changes that have occurred alongside. I'd recommend this service to anyone seeking a new therapist!"
- Angela Wysocki, Chicago resident, used comprehensive help finding a therapist for herself

"[Rachel's] experience and perspective made her a perfect fit to speak to this audience. She was quick to respond, flexible with scheduling, and completely prepared with evidence-backed and firsthand clinical insight; her input helped make the piece a valuable one for readers."
- Cindy Kuzma, journalist, phone interview for VICE.com

"Thank you for this very thoughtful and thorough data. Your work is impressive and beyond professional."
- Chicago resident, used comprehensive help finding mental health treatment for his mother

"Rachel made herself immediately available for interview, was generous with her time and expertise, and relayed thoughtful, well-researched insights that truly enhanced my story. She is clearly very passionate about what she does, and was pleasant, professional, and interesting via phone."
- Sarah O'Reilly, journalist, phone interview for Sierra Magazine

"Rachel is a communicative and articulate expert on mental health. I enjoyed working with her because of her ability to clarify and simplify complicated concepts to someone outside the field."
- Danielle Corcione, freelance journalist

Press and Awards

Chicago Tribune/Redeye article and video interview - All Along was a top-4 finalist in the Community Development category of the Chicago Tribune/RedEye Big Idea Awards 2016.

Check out the Dayton Daily News article profiling Rachel and All Along. The same article was on the front page of the Springfield, Ohio News-Sun.

Please note: All Along and the services provided are non-clinical. Services provided are designed for awareness, education, and convenience; they are not intended to diagnose or treat any issue, not designed for urgent or crisis situations, and not designed as comprehensive recommendations. Any action or payment is fully the choice of the participant, and All Along is not liable for any decisions made by other mental health professionals. If you're not completely satisfied with the services provided, please request a refund. All Along will never give away or sell your information. Please be aware, however, that email and voicemail are limited in their confidentiality, and that All Along is an education-focused service rather than a HIPAA-bound healthcare agency.