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How One Therapist Helps Couples Tackle Design
Meet Rachel Melvald, a psychotherapist who uses her background in psychology and design to resolve issues between couples who are in the throes of a high-stress project.
If you’ve ever embarked on a design project, whether it be selecting a new sofa to a massive gut renovation, you probably know how stressful, confusing, and mentally exhausting the experience can be. Enter the “psychitect”: Rachel Melvald, a licensed psychotherapist with a background in fine arts, architecture, and psychology who specializes in helping her clients maintain good relationships—both romantic and professional—during the design process.
“Melvald even makes connections between design preferences, like color and material selection, and personal histories and experiences.”[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]