Hi, I'm Tracy Rappold, LPC - welcome to my website.

I'm a licensed psychotherapist located in Exton, Pennsylvania.


The focus of my practice is to work with individuals on the issues of their lives: relationships, transitions, self-awareness, being stuck in patterns, self-identity, and finding their own path through life - one that will find them happiness. Using advanced psychotherapy techniques, together we must find out what is causing difficulty and suffering and begin to challenge the thinking to create a positive sense-of-self.


I know a website can only tell you so much (it can't convey what it would be like to talk to me) so please contact me for a phone consultation.



Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost for a therapy session?

The cost per session is $100(for a 60 minute session).

How long will I have to go for therapy before I see improvement?

The work I do with my clients is emotionally focused, short term (8-20 sessions) structured psychotherapy.

Do you accept insurance as payment?

I know many people are interested in using their insurance to pay for therapy. My normal policy is to provide you with a detailed invoice, which you can then submit to your insurance company.

Do you have a cancellation policy?

If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, kindly notify this office 24 hours in advance. If no 24 hr. notification is received, you will be charged for the appointment.

What can I expect from therapy?

Sessions will focus on unconscious mental processes (perceptions, past events, feelings about events, & distorted beliefs). Treatment should remove symptoms and change character traits when necessary.

What kind of issues do the people you see have?

The clients who seek me out usually need to regain the functionality and productivity in their lives. They will be overwhelmed with psychological symptoms from depression and anxiety.

What is the goal of therapy?

I believe the goal is to enable clients to overcome his or her own internal struggle with emotions about past and present experiences that seem overwhelming due to their painful nature.