Emily Chougule, MA
I believe in, and have seen in both my personal and professional life, the power and benefits that therapy can have on individuals who struggle with symptoms of mental health. My goal as a therapist is to help you experience these benefits and aid you in living your best life.
I graduated from Immaculata University with my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in May of 2020 and my Bachelor’s degree is from Kutztown University in Music. This education has opened my eyes to see the different ways music can be used alongside therapy as both a healing and recovery tool.
My goal is to continue growing professionally in the clinical field by working towards my license as a professional counselor. I look forward to gaining more experience in working with children and individuals struggling with eating disorders. I have a special interest in working with post-partum mothers as well as those adults struggling with depression and anxiety. My experience includes working with the LGBTQ community, individuals with substance use disorders, and more acute individuals in a hospital setting.
In working with my clients, my goal is to be creative in the therapeutic process and incorporate a variety of techniques into my practice. I aim to assist you in identifying and incorporating your own strengths as tools for healing.