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I'm Emily, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the Atlanta area. As a systemic therapist, I recognize that change is the driving force of life, and I am passionate about my work supporting individuals, couples, and families in navigating life's transitions.

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I have always had a deep curiosity about people, their relationships, and their stories. This curiosity, alongside my belief that true connection can be both healing and transformative, led me to the field of counseling.

I view therapy as a combination of deep introspection along with more immediate, concrete change. In our work together, we will explore underlying themes, patterns, and narratives, and we will also focus on more immediate skill-building and behavioral change. I lean heavily on General Systems Theory, Narrative Therapy, Attachment Theory, Internal Family Systems and other modalities to support you in deeper exploration. Whereas I incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) and Solution-Focused Therapy to assist you in creating more concrete, immediate changes. I work best with clients who are engaged and motivated to learn about themselves; therapy should feel like a conversation. It is my ultimate belief that my clients are the experts of their own lives, and many of my clients would describe my style as down-to-earth, direct, and non-judgmental.

I graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. I continued my education and training at Valdosta State University, where I received my Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.

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Beginning therapy can feel overwhelming. It may be something you've thought about for a while, or this decision may be prompted by a specific event or experience. In either case, my hope is that this process feels authentic, comfortable, and beneficial from the onset.


I offer a free, 10-minute consultation call to all prospective clients to answer any questions you may have and to ensure we'd be a good fit working together.


If the connection is there and I am appropriately qualified & trained to meet your therapeutic needs, we can discuss scheduling your first appointment.


While I do not prescribe a particular "duration," I do recommend that new clients commit to attending sessions either weekly or bi-weekly at the onset of our relationship.



All the information you need about insurance, session cost, and payment options.

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