Emily Freeze, MPH, MA, LMFT

Specialist in Women's Mental Health
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
3 years in practice
Accepted Insurance Plans:
  • Out of Network Provider

About Emily Freeze, MPH, MA, LMFT

Emily Freeze is a Marriage and Family Therapist who is dedicated to strengthening individuals, couples and families. Emily provides compassion and understanding as she guides her clients through the counseling process, providing a safe, confidential and nurturing environment in order to help clients through their healing journey. 

GENERAL PRACTICE

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Emily enjoys working with couples struggling with life transitions, the impact of depression/anxiety on relationships, parenting issues, infidelity, rebuilding trust, as well as helping individuals transition through divorce. In addition, she has experience with couples wanting to strengthen their relationships by improving communication, increasing emotional intimacy and learning more effective ways in handling conflict in order to achieve a deeper, more meaningful connection.

SPECIALTY

Emily specializes in women’s mental health issues and understands the unique set of challenges related specifically to women’s maternal and reproductive mental health. Her specialties in this area include: postpartum depression and anxiety, infertility, life transitions (i.e., adjustment to motherhood, menopause, etc.), trauma, codependency and grief/loss (i.e., pregnancy loss, etc.).

THERAPEUTIC APPROACH

Emily uses a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach in working with her clients. The therapeutic approaches used in therapy include: Family/Systems Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused (EFT), Person Centered Therapy (PCT), and Structural techniques. She also incorporates attachment theory, motivational interviewing, and positive psychology when treating individuals, couples, and families.

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The information above is intended as general information...  (more)The information above is intended as general information based on minimal information, and does not constitute health care advice. This information does not constitute communication with a counselor/therapist nor does it create a therapist-client relationship nor any of the privileges that relationship may provide. If you are currently feeling suicidal or are in crisis, call 911 or proceed to your local emergency room.