Clinical Profile & Philosophy
Emily received her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts at Columbus State University in Georgia and her Master’s of Psychology specializing in Art Therapy at Seton Hill. While working with clients she likes to use storytelling and creativity coupled with art making to explore mental health needs while exploring engagement and attachment to community and family members. Emily has experience working with at-risk youth, inpatient, and crisis stabilization with adolescents and adults, LGBTQIA+ youth, as well as various mental and behavioral health needs. In therapy, her approach is person-centered and emphasizes individual exploration of self and needs.
I like to spend my free time playing fantasy games, TTRPGs, and have two cats!