Gabriel Rischall, LCSW (he/him)
Child & Family Therapist

“You can’t open a rose with a crowbar.”

– Ben Page

Hi. I’m Gabriel Rischall. But you can call me Mr. Gabe. I’m a licensed clinical social worker and registered play therapist.

I am someone who truly cares about children and enjoys helping them reach their goals. I especially enjoy working with young children, neurodiverse clients, and children experiencing major life transitions, anxiety or depression. Whether your child is shy or defiant, I can support their learning and growth. If you want to build a stronger relationship with your child, or help nurture greater independence and your child’s unique individuality, we can work together as a team to help meet your goals.

When children come to see me, I welcome them into my judgment-free space, help them feel comfortable, and treat them like the unique individuals they are. I use a client-centered approach and strengths-based perspective, and help foster a growth mindset, so your child can identify and use their strengths to navigate life transitions and overcome difficulties. Whether your child has a need for connection, insight, growth, validation, or wants to learn some coping tools, I work to ensure whatever needs come up in session are met, and your child feels empowered to handle hard things. I incorporate a variety of modalities into treatment, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems therapy, and play therapy, tailoring my approach to your child’s situation.

My genuineness and authenticity shine through in the playroom, where I cultivate a fun and enjoyable atmosphere. When difficult experiences come up, I address them in a sensitive, lighthearted way so clients continue to feel safe while working through challenges.

I know from my years of experience working with clients that growth is possible even when it feels like it’s not. If you are ready to help your child thrive, give Intuition Wellness a call at 520-333-3320 or click here to submit an appointment request online.

Area of Specialty

  • Youth, ages 3-25
  • Youth experiencing:
    • Trauma
    • Grief and loss
    • Aggression
    • Defiance
    • Stress
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Poor self-esteem
    • Transitions
    • ADHD
  • LGBTQIA population
  • Adoptive and blended families
  • Separation and Divorce
  • Family Conflict
  • Parent-Child Relationships
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder