Hello! My name is Emily
licensed professional counselor, avid bookworm, coffee aficionado, + dog lover.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the New Orleans area. I also help clients from all over the state through virtual therapy. I would describe myself as someone who puts passion and care into everything she does, so helping you through this process will be treated the same way.
I primarily work with clients who are healing their relationship with food + their body, coping with difficult life transitions, and navigating the anxieties and complexities of being a young person in this world. I am a LGBTQ+ affirming therapist and provide trauma informed care.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Louisiana. I graduated from Louisiana State University with my Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2018. Since then, I have practiced therapy in various settings including at the intensive outpatient (IOP) and inpatient settings. Prior to opening my practice, I was working with clients pursuing recovery from eating disorders at the inpatient level of care.
One of the practices I implement in therapy is helping individuals gain a better understanding of their core values. When we are living according to our values system, we achieve a greater sense of meaning and connection in our lives.
Some of my core values that inform my therapeutic style are openness, genuineness, empathy, honesty, and respect.
As a body-image therapist, I know how all-consuming thoughts about how you look can be. My work in this area is based out of the Health at Every Size movement, which promotes body-neutrality, anti-diet culture and fat positivity. Diet culture is a large concept, and the specific importance it has had in your life matters. It is important to me that we consider all parts of your experience.
"Being human is not about being any one particular way; it is about being as life creates you - with your own particular strengths and weaknesses, gifts and challenges, quirks and oddities."
- Kristin neff