Graduating from Brown University with a degree in creative writing, Emily went on to spend over a decade in global corporate technology management for a Fortune 100 company. Ultimately, she realized she was more interested in human psychology than business operations and seized the opportunity to follow her passion to support people in a therapeutic environment. Emily’s experience working in a variety of roles, with so many different people and cultures, allows her to better grasp the day to day difficulties many of her clients are facing.
Emily grew up in Maryland and Pennsylvania and has lived in New England and the Bay Area before relocating to New York City nine years ago. She enjoys yoga, meditation, reading, horseback riding, traveling (outside of pandemics), and the reality TV show “Survivor.”
Approach & Values
Emily’s approach focuses on identifying and building strengths and resiliency. She draws on techniques from CBT, trauma research, and somatic therapy that allow us to get out of our heads and to pay attention to emotions and sensations in the body that may otherwise go unnoticed. Ultimately, Emily seeks to tailor therapy to the individual based on their values, preferences, and goals.
- Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
- Career Advancement
- Emotional Regulation
- Interpersonal Conflict
- Childhood and Intergenerational trauma
- Short-term Crisis management
- Psychedelic Integration
- Identity, Spiritual, and Existential Concerns