Emma believes that therapy should be accessible and attainable for all people. Knowing that some of life’s most difficult and exciting conversations can happen during sessions, Emma’s goal is to create a warm and curious environment in the therapy room with a focus on a trauma informed and strengths-based approach. She roots her practices in compassion, understanding, and mindfulness, though also knows when it’s appropriate to provide a challenge. She believes that the most important relationship is the one you first form with yourself.
Therapy is not one size fits all, so Emma ensures that a variety of approaches are offered and implemented throughout the therapeutic relationship. She knows that you are the expert on yourself and is there to help untangle and process any thoughts or feelings that may come up during that time. Emma works with adolescents and adults and has in-depth experience working with queer folks, those exploring gender and sexuality, folks with anxiety, and family/relationship systems.
Education and Training
MSW • University of Pennsylvania
BS • Psychology • Drexel University
Areas of Specialization
Anxiety, sexual identity, gender identity, sex, stress management, trauma, PTSD