Emily received her Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from The George Washington University and her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from The University at Albany, State University of New York.
Emily worked for a number of years, both domestically and abroad, in the fields of international development and public diplomacy before transitioning into mental health counseling. She completed her graduate training in psychotherapy at The College of Saint Rose Counseling Center, where she provided both individual and group counseling services to young adults presenting with a variety of developmental and pathological concerns.
Emily is currently completing a two-year post-graduate residency at Samaritan Counseling Center, working with individuals, couples, and families. Her special interests include adolescent and developmental dynamics, anxiety and depressive disorders, couples and relationship health, and multicultural counseling and social justice issues.