MA Counseling, Regent University (2017)
Emily seeks to help each person uncover his or her unique strengths and potential that may have been buried by trauma or other life stressors. She believes that therapy is a collaborative process and that the client is the expert on his or her own journey to mental wellness. Emily helps people to identify how trauma and other difficult experiences have impacted their beliefs, emotions and relationships in the present.
As an eating disorder therapist, Emily believes in treating all bodies with kindness and respect and that health comes in all shapes and sizes. Emily has a variety of clinical experiences, including in-home child therapy, therapy with children in foster care or adoption transitions, group therapy, eating disorder treatment, and individual therapy.
Mood disorders (Depression, Bipolar Disorder), anxiety disorders (generalized, PTSD), trauma, and eating disorders, as well as general life adjustments and interpersonal conflicts. Emily works with children, adolescents, and adults.
Emily's approach is eclectic and combines Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, and Trauma-Informed approaches. She has specific training and experiences with Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and eating disorder treatment.
Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor, LGPC
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