About

Arrive Therapy

 Arrive Therapy is a group of energetic, challenging and genuine practitioners who welcome individuals, couples, teens and children. They operate in a discreet and beautiful location in Visalia. Rachel Leos, LMFT and her associates are happy work with people struggling with issues like anger, anxiety, depression, personality disorders and life changes. Arrive Therapy is an LGBTQ+ Safe Zone.

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Who We Are

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About Rachel

Prior to graduating with her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in August of 2012, Rachel counseled College of the Sequoias students and Turning Point clients through issues like depression, anxiety, sexuality, thoughts of suicide, and personality disorders. After graduating, Rachel worked for a California-based foster care agency, where she assessed families and educated parents on supporting the abused children living in their homes. She has been in private practice since 2013.

 Today, she is particularly passionate when working with clients who have trouble living as they truly desire, people transitioning in life, and people who feel intensely judged. She practices within a Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Affirmative framework.

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About Lavon

Lavon holds a Master of Art's degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is completing her 3,000- hour residency under the direct supervision of Rachel Sievers, LMFT. 

At the Salvation Army Rehabilitation Center, Lavon discovered a passion for people who experience substance abuse, depression, loneliness, relationship issues, and other common life struggles. She also worked with elementary-age children in a school setting, and focused additional education on parent/child attachment.

Currently, she enjoys working with clients of all ages as well as couples and families. She has a special interest in people who are transitioning and those who struggle with addictions.  Her strengths lie in her ability to build trust and develop good communication with her clients through the Interpersonal Process Approach.

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About Christina

Christina holds a Master of Arts Psychology degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.  She is completing her 3,000 hour residency under the supervision of Rachel Sievers-Leos, LMFT while also completing her credential in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA.)

Christina has a heart for working with children and families who suffered trauma. Her experience is in mental health and at-risk youth programs within Tulare and Kings County, supporting children, adolescents and families in the foster care system, and working with children and adolescents in schools by providing counseling and behavioral consultation for students’ Individual Education Plans (IEP’s).

Christina also enjoys working with adults. She especially enjoys helping individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, maladaptive behaviors, ADHD, anger management, and those who are struggling with life changes.

Christina believes healing happens with a strong client-therapist relationship. She works hard to get to know each unique client so she can meet them where they are, and help them get where they are going.

Our Therapy

Marriage

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 No matter what stage of the relationship. No matter what type of relationship a couple has built. Counseling can be beneficial for couples wanting to strengthen communication skills, trust and emotional connection. 

Children

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 Sometimes, our children have feelings and behaviors we don't know how to manage on our own. Arrive Therapy will work together with you and your child to help them reach their highest potential. 

LGBTQ+

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LGBTQ+ issues are unique to others'. They deserved to be approached in a unique way. We stay up-to-date so we can help the LGBTQ+ community as much as possible. 

FAQ

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How does this work?

Before our first meeting, there are three easy steps. First, we chose a day and time that works for you and we schedule your first session. Second, if you have insurance, we will call it to find out how much it will pay for your session. Third, you complete an Intake Form. When these three steps are complete, we are ready for our first session together.

Our first session consists of us learning about you, the issue that is causing you discomfort, and our expectations for future therapy sessions. If you decide to schedule another session with us, we will do that at the end of your first session. 

The duration of therapy is different for each person. Some people only want a few sessions for guidance through a problem. Some people want long-term therapy to help stay centered. Every person is different and the choice to schedule another session is always yours.

Fees & Payment Options ​

Each session is between 45 and 60 minutes long and costs from $100 to $150. We accept cash, checks, HSA cards and credit cards.

Do You Take Insurance?

Yes, we will happily bill any PPO insurance policy for you. Rachel is an in-network provider with Foundation for Medical Care for Tulare and Kings County, Anthem MediCal and some Key Medical Group plans. 

Cancellation Fees

There is a $100 fee for canceling a session without 24 hour notice.

Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us. All communication between us is kept completely confidential except in situations where, by law, we have no choice but to notify a third party. Otherwise, we will never disclose your information without your consent.

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Arrive Therapy

3120 W Main St Ste E, Visalia, Ca

559-816-3178

Hours

Mon

8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Tue

8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Wed

8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Thu

8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Fri

8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Sat

10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Sun

10:00 am – 8:00 pm