Rachel Crandall has been a crisis counselor for 30 years.  She graduated from Michigan State University in 1985 with a Masters in Social Work (MSW) and is a licensed counselor.  She has been specializing in psychotherapy within the LGBTQ community for the past five years.  Rachel founded Transgender Michigan in 1997 which is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of transgender individuals in Michigan through education, support, and advocacy, thereby striving to transform Michigan into a state where transgender individuals, and their significant others, friends, and families, can live free of hate, violence and discrimination.  Rachel was also a finalist for induction in the Michigan Woman’s Hall of Fame and received the Michigan State Bar Award in 2008.

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