Emma Cheski 🔴
Student Intern
Seeking out therapy takes a great deal of self-awareness and strength, and I am so happy that you have decided to take that step. My name is Emma Cheski, and I would love to help you through that journey of growth and acceptance. My goal in counseling is to provide a space free of judgment to aid you in building upon the strengths you already have, helping you learn to accept yourself as you are, and supporting you as you grow. I want to help you find a more productive way to live your life so you can improve your relationships and reduce your stress levels and suffering. I hope to provide a supportive, safe, and accepting environment to help facilitate your growth.

I pull from various theories and techniques to find what is best for you as the client. My work is grounded in a trauma-focused and social justice lens, and I frequently utilize techniques from person-centered therapy, existential therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and a solution-focused approach. I work with people struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, attachment issues, relational issues, conflicts, and a variety of other struggles. Throughout our therapeutic relationship, we can decide what strategies are best for you and your journey.

I am new to Seattle and am originally from Chicago. I am a third-year master’s student in the clinical mental health counseling program at Seattle University. I have a wide variety of experience in the mental health field, from research on implicit biases and stereotypes to working in conflict resolution and working with individuals struggling with severe mental illness and low-income communities.

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