Professional Interests / Areas of Expertise
Emma enjoys working with students with a variety of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationship concerns, adjustment/transitional stress, and identity formation. She is passionate about supporting individuals of diverse identities who are seeking personal change and growth, and she has particular interest in supporting students with LGBTQIA+, first-generation, or other marginalized identities. Emma's professional and research interests include multicultural counseling, working with survivors of domestic/interpersonal violence, attachment, and healthy interpersonal functioning.
Approach to Counseling / Theoretical Orientation
Emma approaches counseling from a collaborative, integrative, and multicultural perspective. She hopes to create a warm, nonjudgmental and compassionate healing environment for her clients that fosters wellness, cultivates personal growth, and encourages whole-hearted living. Emma's approach is rooted in person-centered, strengths-based, and holistic counseling. She also utilizes cognitive-behavioral, motivational interviewing, and body/mindfulness-based interventions.
In her free time, Emma enjoys running, cooking, Pilates, creating music, spending time with loved ones, and binge-watching reality TV shows.