Emma Cook

I strive to make every client feel heard and
understood, while guiding them towards reaching their goals.


Emma Cook, MSW, LCSW

I help individuals looking to explore their identities, process trauma, and grow in their personal and relational goals.

Professional Summary:

If you are seeking change in your life, or looking to explore your emotions and thoughts, I am a solution-based clinician and I would love to talk to you. If you want to learn and begin to express your true self with others, I am here for you, and ready to help.

Together, we can begin to tackle the underlying issues that may be preventing you from sharing your true self with those around you. It all begins with a conversation, and I am eager to start that conversation with you.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), with experience working with teens, adults, and families. I have worked in many different settings including but not limited to: wilderness, intensive-outpatient, and outpatient therapy. I love working with the LGBTQIA+ population. I have most recently worked as a mental health consultant to a school in Nigeria. My approach is solution-focused and direct. I strive to make every client feel heard and understood, while guiding them towards reaching their goals.

Read what our clients have to say:

I am finding vast improvement in my mental health because of the perspective shift and tools that Emma provides. She is a great listener and empathetic. Makes me feel heard and also cleared off my major trauma and mental blocks.

My Specialties:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • OCD
  • Family Conflict
  • Parenting Strategies
  • LGBTQ+ Issues
  • Triple P Brief Primary Care

Types of therapy I offer:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Therapy for Teens

What I love about my job:

Listening, connecting, and helping clients grow in their relationship with self and others.


Having the courage to show up and be vulnerable with another person can be life changing. When we connect with others and let go of the need to control the outcome of every situation, we are able to become the future self we have always wanted to become.

On a Personal Note:

If I am not working, I am usually doing yoga, cooking, or at the beach. I’m very competitive at Catan and love to read thrillers and mythology. I enjoy spending time hiking and camping in our National Parks. My favorite so far is the Grand Tetons.

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