Emily is passionate about working with others to develop deeper resilience and discover new strengths, and seeks to meet clients where they are in their journey of healing. Her goals in a counseling relationship are to develop safety, empowerment, and a collaborative dynamic. She enjoys working with teens, individual adults, and couples by helping them with a variety of concerns such as:
- Anxiety & depression
- Life transitions
- Identity & self-esteem
- Spiritual distress
- Relationship conflict
Emily received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Bryan College and is completing her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health from Richmont Graduate University. Her background is in nonprofit and ministry, which has cultivated a passion for serving and advocating for others.
In her free time, Emily enjoys cooking with her husband, listening to podcasts, exploring new foods, gardening, and tending to her sourdough starter.