Emma graduated from the University of Georgia with her Bachelors Degree in Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Family Science. She obtained her Masters Degree in Social Work from the same institution. Emma has her LMSW in both Georgia and South Carolina. She specializes in substance abuse and domestic violence. Emma’s clinical focus is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which aims to focus the client’s thinking and recognize cognitive distortions. She has experience in play therapy as well, on both children and adults. She practices nonjudgmental, client-centered therapy.
She has experience working substance abuse, trauma, domestic violence, adults, children, the LGBTQ population, juvenile offenders, and those going through major transitions in their lives.