Rachel Cheyne

PhD, Fully Licensed Psychologist

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Locations

Northwest Clinic
2118 3 Mile Rd. NW,
Grand Rapids, MI 49544

Patient Ages

  • Adult
  • Child

Dr. Cheyne is a licensed psychologist who has been practicing with Pine Rest since 2005. Prior to joining Pine Rest, she provided outpatient therapy for special needs foster children in Muskegon for seven years. Dr. Cheyne completed her undergraduate training at Calvin College and earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Bowling Green University.

Dr. Cheyne’s primary clinical focus is in outpatient therapy for children and their families, and adults providing solution focused family therapy and parenting techniques.

Rachel Cheyne participates in the Diversity Collective.

Specialties

Treatment

  • Adoption/Foster Care Issues
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder/Pervasive Developmental Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Anger Management
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD)
  • Childhood Behavior Problems

Articles

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Mental Illness Stigma Keeps People From Seeking Help. Our Support Can Make a Difference.

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Tips to Help Your Middle School Student Develop Good Study Habits

Middle school is more academically rigorous than elementary school. Homework becomes more intense and may take a couple hours each night. Teens may need extra support in the beginning of the year as they learn to make this adjustment. Parents, you...

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