Emily Adler

(LCSW)

About Me

Emily is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a client centered approach to therapy. She focuses on collaborating with clients and meeting them where they are in their journey. Using a strength-based trauma informed approach to therapy she works with clients to find and master skills that can help make life a little better.
Emily believes that the most important indicator of success in therapy is the client/therapist relationship. She focuses on about ensuring that clients feel heard and respected, working to build a foundation of trust, and believes that everyone brings their own story and experiences. Emily’s approach is collaborative, providing guidance and gentle challengs to the client when therapeutically necessary.

Emily possesses a Bachelor’ s degree from The University of Iowa in Religious Studies with a focus in Ethics, a Master's degree New Mexico Highland’s University and is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Emily, works with a wide variety of clients. Her experience includes working with adults with a mental illness, or co-occurring disorder. Her expertise includes relationship and individual problems, depression and anxiety issues, trauma response disorders and working toward motivation to change.

When not working, Emily loves spending time with her family (including a toddler, partner and 2 fur babies) being outdoors hiking, cooking and getting in time for a good book.


Specialties

  • Stress, Anxiety
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Self esteem
  • Depression
  • Coping with life changes

I also have experience in Addictions, LGBT, Relationship issues, Family conflicts, Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Sleeping disorders, Parenting issues, Anger management, Career difficulties, Bipolar disorder, Coaching, Compassion fatigue

Years of Experience: 3

Services Offered


  • Messaging

  • Live Chat

  • Phone

  • Video

Licensing

LCSW #L6593 (Expires: 2021-02-28)


Reviews

Written by S.H. on Jul 07, 2019 after counseling with Emily for 2 weeks on issues concerning depression, family conflicts, grief, parenting issues, and coping with life changes

Still very early in the relationship. but looks very promising.