Emma is a student intern pursuing her Master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy from Antioch University New England. She is passionate about working with diverse families with children or teens, parents in the prenatal or postpartum stage of childbirth, couples seeking premarital advice, struggling from infidelity, or other relational challenges, folks who identify as LGBTQ+, and adults in a caregiver role/industry. She uses an eclectic combination of scientifically-backed approaches including the Gottman method and Emotionally Focused therapy for couples along with narrative and solution-focused therapies for individuals and families.
For the last ten years prior to becoming a therapist, Emma worked as a caregiver of animals in zoological settings. This incredibly rewarding and fascinating career path gave her insight into the unique stresses of the caregiving role. Navigating the ongoing global pandemic, many may be finding themselves overburdened and overwhelmed, but we are not alone.
These are certainly challenging times, but Emma is humbled to partner with clients in a collaborative, non-judgemental space that facilitates mutual learning and growth. Above all, she is dedicated to treating each client as a unique individual and the expert of their own life, tailoring assessment and treatment plans to the client’s individual needs.