Rachel's hope for counseling is that her clients will feel safe, comforted, and inspired to be their authentic selves. She believes that everyone is capable of cultivating change and becoming the best possible version of themselves. When she is not at The Peacemaker Center, Rachel works as a board-certified music therapist in a hospice setting. The quote, "When words fail, music speaks" is true, but her experience in the Clinical Mental Health Program has made it so counseling and music therapy are both effective and useful modalities. Rachel looks forward to working with individuals and assisting them in their personal growth and wellness journeys.

Master's Level Intern

Rachel Nokes, MT-BC

  • Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC)

  • Student: Master of Arts (M.A.), Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Immaculata University - in progress

  • Student: Master of Arts (M.A.),Music Therapy, Immaculata University - in progress

  • Grief Counseling

  • Family Therapy

  • Adolescents

Rachel Nokes, MT-BC

Kennett Square, West Chester, Telehealth

Bachelor of Music

Music Therapy

Immaculata University


  • American Counseling Association (ACA)

  • American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)

  • Chi Sigma lota Honor Society (CSI)