Emily Flajole, BA

Intern/Master Clinician Candidate

Emily is completing her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern University with a projected graduation date in June of 2020. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.

Emily has a range of experience working with both adult and adolescent clients experiencing life transitions, mood disorders, and that have experienced trauma. She has spent over a decade as a volunteer
mentor with school aged children in the city of Chicago. She brings a collaborative approach to her work and pulls from a range of theoretical orientations such as psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Her perspective focuses on self-care and
a balanced approach to living. Emily works to build on existing strengths in her clients in addition to working through negative experiences by building coping skills and helping her client’s gain insight into themselves.

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