Emily is an empathic and compassionate psychologist who strives to build a genuine and supportive relationship with each of her clients.
Emily helps her clients to feel comfortable and heard within the therapy process. Emily strives to build a strong therapeutic alliance with her clients to truly understand their struggles and individual situation. Towards the beginning of therapy, Emily collaboratively develops therapy goals to ensure clarity of the direction of therapy and a joint understanding of the client’s aims. Emily’s warm and supportive style helps individuals to continue to express themselves openly throughout the therapy journey.
Experience and Interests
Emily has experience working with all ages across the lifespan regarding a wide range of personal difficulties and mental health concerns. Emily has a strong interest in working with adolescents and young adults, finding individuals within this age group particularly rewarding to work with. Emily has experience working within private practice conducting therapy in both individual and group settings, as well as via Telehealth.
Emily has a particular interest in supporting individuals with anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties, low self-esteem, work stress, anger problems and grief & Loss. Emily has also more recently developed an interest working in eating disorders and poor body image.
Emily utilises an eclectic approach to therapy, fitting her approach to each individual client. Emily’s main therapies of choice include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy and Compassion-Focused Therapy.
How is Emily Described by Her Clients?
Emily’s clients describe her as empathetic, supportive, genuine and helpful. Emily is recognised for providing a mix of practical strategies with deep psychological insight and emotional processing.
Outside of Psychology, Emily enjoys doting on her German Shepherd puppy ‘Jax’, travelling and reading.