Rachele Moskowitz, LMFT is Clinical Faculty and Director of Clinical Training in the MACP program (Masters of Art in Clinical Psychology). Rachele has 15 years of clinical experience and a combined experience of 12 years in research and teaching. As an instructor in MACP since 2017, Rachele is enthusiastic about engaging students and actively participates in enriching curriculum, and further developing the program’s specializations. As a clinical practitioner, she works with a diverse population of clients specializing in the treatment of complex trauma and closely follows the field of interpersonal neurobiology as it pertains to the ways in which psychotherapists can incorporate relational neurobiological concepts into their work. Rachele possesses a certificate in Integrated Somatic Trauma Therapy and is an EMDR Certified Clinician. She is also passionate about the promotion of social justice and anti-racist therapy in the field of clinical psychology and in the training of future mental health professionals. Rachele attained her MA in clinical psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Antioch University. Her BA in Psychology is from Duke University. Rachele has taught a range of psychology courses at Antioch and the University of California Santa Barbara in clinical skills, relationships, theory, trauma, and career counseling. She is an active member of the EMDR International Association, CAMFT, Santa Barbara CAMFT, the Postpartum Health Alliance, and the Humanitarian Assistance Program.