Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Provider type: Psychotherapist
Patient Age: Adult
Services Provided: Consultation, Clinical Evaluation, and Psychotherapy
Emily approaches therapy from a narrative perspective: with the belief that the therapist and the client are collaborators, working together towards a solution. This collaborative effort allows for humor, creativity and curiosity. She works well with individuals and couples as well as those in non-traditional relationships. Emily works with a diverse population. Those in the LGBTQ+ community as well as those that see themselves struggling to find their place, find her approach comfortable and helpful. Others who struggle with depression, anxiety, blended family issues, eating disorders, issues with gender identity and sexuality, or those who might be on the Autism spectrum also find that the ACT based modality she uses is more effective for them.
Emily received her Masters in Clinical Counseling in 2015 from Bellevue University, completed practicums with Out Youth in Austin, TX, and has been teaching therapists and clinical types Narrative practices, LGBTQ specific programming and most recently, ACT approaches to eating disorders and depression.