Rhapsody Flores is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides client-centered therapy to adults, veterans, and families. Rhapsody has experience treating a range of issues including severe psychiatric disorders such as mood and thought disorders, anxiety, trauma, interpersonal relationship issues, and LGBTQ+.
Rhapsody was born and raised in Northern California. She earned a Bachelors degree in Collaborative Health and Human Services with an emphasis in Social Work at California State University at Monterey Bay. She then pursued her Masters of Social Work at San Jose State University. Rhapsody continued to work in several counties throughout northern and central California in the mental health field.
During Rhapsody’s career as a Social Worker she has dedicated herself to on-going study and has specialty training in a wide-range of therapeutic interventions including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and motivational interviewing.
Currently, Rhapsody works at the Veterans Health Administration in General Mental Health as a Military Sexual Trauma clinician. She has also worked for El Dorado County and was the Program Coordinator for the Community Based Services Team in the county. Rhapsody worked to develop the county's first Assertive Community Treatment Team; working with individuals with severe psychiatric disorders who are in need of intensive outpatient services. Rhapsody also developed and implemented a program that provide support to individuals with co-morbid issues, specifically medical and psychiatric disorders in a residential setting.
Rhapsody is passionate about ensuring that treatment is client centered and its effective for the individual and family. She feels that she is privileged
to serve individuals and families. Rhapsody feels grateful to have the opportunities to hear their stories and provide support.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Self esteem
- Bipolar disorder
I also have experience in Addictions, LGBT, Trauma and abuse, Anger management
LCSW #75132 (Expires: 2020-03-31)
She got me out of the worst anxiety attacks of my life. She saved me.