Emily Cauchon, Therapist and Group Facilitator
Emily earned her B.A. in Psychology at Bloomsburg University and her M.S. in Clinical Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Child and Adolescent Therapy from Chestnut Hill College. Emily is currently working towards becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and is actively working to obtain her Certification in Thanatology (Study of Death, Dying and Bereavement) through the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC). She has been receiving additional training in Eco-Systemic Structural Family Therapy through the Philadelphia Family and Child Training Center.
Emily’s background includes working as an outpatient therapist with families who have experienced various levels of hardship, tragedy, and trauma. In working with individuals or families, Emily focuses on strengthening close, interdependent relationships as the primary means of healing through attachment and self-regulation skills. In working with children, Emily also adds critical support to caregivers in being a safe emotional container for the children while exploring their grief. In all therapeutic work, Emily focuses on supporting her clients in processing grief while creating space for continued attachments, healthy emotional expression, and unique meaning making behind each story.
Emily first became involved with the Center in 2014 as a volunteer. She remains actively involved with Camp Millie and Nello’s Corner as she has expanded her role here as a therapist and specialized group facilitator. Her role as a therapist includes working with young children through adults. Emily has a passion for the Center’s mission in supporting individuals, couples, and families who have been impacted by loss and grief.
Contact Emily at 610-222-4110 ext. 125 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org