Emily holds a Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Sciences with a minor in Psychology from Florida
State University. She has earned a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova
Southeastern University. Emily is currently working toward her Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy at
Nova Southeastern University. She has ample experience working and living from a systemic lens that
allows her to see life as multifaceted. She has abundant experience working with school-aged children,
teens, adults, couples, and families.
Emily’s goal is to have her clients feel safe and accepted while meeting with her. She works hard to
empower her clients and make therapy collaborative, meaningful, and enjoyable for everyone. She has
experience working with grief and loss, anxiety, depression, family conflict, and interpersonal
relationships. She practices from a lens that believes a therapist’s role is to work with their clients to
uncover new ideas and possibilities that may breathe life into the strengths of the client.