Emma’s therapeutic approach draws on elements of Narrative Theory, encouraging individuals to share their unique stories and practice the ability to rewrite new chapters in their future narratives. Emma uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques and infuses elements of mindfulness into her sessions, striving to create a safe and inviting space for her client’s to share and explore authentic expressions of themselves.
Emma has experience working with individuals and in group settings and has worked with presenting concerns including symptoms of anxiety and depression, transitional challenges, confidence- building, and the intersectionality of social justice and mental health. She maintains a strong knowledge base in practices of culturally competent client care and crisis response management.
Emma received her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. She is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) practicing under the supervision of a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).
Emma sees clients at our Baltimore location, and via Telehealth!