About Inspire Consulting
Rachel Stewart, Ph.D. is the founder of Inspire Consulting, LLC. As an intuitive consultant who is dedicated to helping others with transformation and personal growth, Rachel believes in working with people’s strengths to help them access and enhance their natural gifts. She is a certified Reiki Master and Intuitive Hands on Healer; she has also been certified in Intuition by the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) through the work of Christine Page, M.D., and has completed advanced training in Matrix Energetics with Dr. Richard Bartlett. In order to refine and improve upon her gifts and skills, Rachel has also traveled to Peru to study with shamans, including the Q’ero Indians and Américo Yábar.
Rachel has been in direct service for over 20 years. She has a strong educational and clinical background with experience in counseling, healing, education and training, consulting, designing and evaluating programs, and conducting research. Rachel received her B.A. in Psychology from Villanova University, a M.S.Ed. in Counseling from the University of Pennsylvania, a M.A. in Educational Psychology from the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. in Metaphysical Counseling from the University of Metaphysics. She has worked with individuals, families and groups in school systems, businesses, communities, social service agencies, healthcare systems, chemical dependency treatment centers, private practice, etc. Her research background is in resilience, program design, implementation and evaluation with children, adolescents and families in Head Start programs, dropout prevention programs, after-school programs and alternative school programs.
In addition to her alternative and traditional healing background, Rachel is a former Semi-Professional Soccer Player and Assistant Coach for the University of Pennsylvania Women’s Division I Soccer Team. She grew up training with the Olympic Development Soccer Program at the national level. She was the captain and played for Villanova University, a Division I Women’s team during her undergraduate studies. Her athletic and leadership experiences have proven to be extremely valuable in developing the necessary skills for working with people.