Emily Ewing

MA, Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

 

Hourly Rate: $110

Accepts PPO Insurance: Will provide superbill for reimbursement

Sliding Scale: Upon need and availability

Office locations: Downtown LA, Sierra Madre

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Trauma, Women’s Issues, Young Adult Issues, Spirituality/Faith Integration, & Anxiety

 

Healing and personal growth are essential elements to living a healthy and whole life. And yet, a lack of health and wholeness too often characterizes our daily experiences. I understand the bravery it requires to reach out for help in those moments. I believe that when your vulnerability is received within a safe therapeutic relationship, dignity is restored and growth is possible. Therapy is designed to be an empowering, accepting space, in which one safely journeys through fear, pain, challenges, and heartbreak to a place of more authentic fullness in themselves and in relationships. I consider it an honor to walk alongside you as you seek greater unity between mind, body, soul, and spirit. It would be a privilege to hear your story.

 

ABOUT EMILY

 

Emily is a Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, APCC #4627, working under the professional supervision of Dr. Curtis Miller, LMFT #31636. She received her MA in Counseling from BTS Graduate School of Counseling in the Philadelphia area, graduating at the top of her class, and her BBA from Texas A&M University, magna cum laude. Emily also holds a Certificate in Trauma Healing from the Global Trauma Recovery Institute (GTRI). She is a member of both the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (CALPCC).

 

Emily is passionate about working with adults and teenagers on a variety of issues including anxiety, life transitions, faith integration, spiritual crisis, women’s issues, young adulthood issues, and identity and relational challenges. Emily has experience working with survivors of abuse, as well as other forms of trauma, such as suicide, loss, and grief. She has also worked in multiple cross-cultural environments with individuals of varying races, ethnicities, religious backgrounds, socioeconomic statuses, and gender and sexual identities/preferences. Emily has training and experience in a variety of treatment modalities, and she tailors her therapeutic approach based upon the unique needs and goals of each patient.

 

(626) 470-3030
emily@sync.org