Priding herself on providing down to earth mental health therapy and relatable wellness, Rachel Ann Dine is a Licensed Professional Counselor in both Virginia and Florida and is a Registered Supervisor for Residents in Counseling.
Rachel Ann has been in the mental health field for 15 years and has worked in a variety of mental health settings from crisis hotline, inpatient long term residential and acute short-term psychiatric hospitals, military and family life counseling, emergency department providing mental health assessments, and has written educational courses on psychiatric disorders for hospital employees. She has been featured in national publications to include Thrive Global, Medium, and Bustle and is the author of a women’s wellness book, Live. Learn. Love. Real-talk tips for the woman who is ready to be her best self.
Currently, Rachel Ann is the owner of her group mental health private practice, Humanitas Counseling and Consulting, LLC in Chesapeake, Virginia where she specializes in helping high achieving and perfectionistic women manage anxiety and find more balance in life. Her passion for mental health also afforded her the opportunity to host Living Freely, a mental health podcast for Norfolk Public Libraries, in addition to hosting her own mental health podcast, The Three L’s, available on all major streaming platforms. Rachel Ann also recently started her online business, The Three L’s Solution, LLC, where she offers wellness courses for personal growth, and business consulting for wellness entrepreneurs to assist them in creating their dream private practice or coaching business.
In her spare time, Rachel Ann is an artist who loves painting coastal and landscape pieces and you can most often find her spending time with her husband and dog, exercising, or enjoying time outside and at the beach. Originally from Florida, Rachel Ann is happy to be in the Hampton Roads area serving our community and providing quality counseling and public speaking services to help inform, educate, and promote holistic mental health awareness and advocacy!