Emily Mahoney

LGPC MT-BC

Pronouns: she/her

Mission & Values

My mission is to help you manage the stress in your life, navigate life transitions that are difficult and challenging, help you to understand yourself better, and support you in making changes to live in alignment with your values.

Establishing a trusting relationship is one of the most important aspects of therapy, and I will meet you where you are and go at your pace. I believe that you are an expert of your own experience, and I want to support you as a partner in your wellness journey.

About Me

I bring a client-centered, strengths-based approach to counseling, guided by a multicultural, integrative, and trauma-informed lens. For the past 6 years, I have worked with clients of all ages as a music therapist. Music therapy continues to influence my work as a counselor, allowing me to integrate a creative and experiential approach to traditional talk therapy. Some examples may be using musical play with young children, discovering songs that resonate with your feelings, or using the voice to explore new ways of self-expression. While using music is not a requirement of working with me, some clients may find that it enhances their experience and helps them work toward their goals. 

I earned my Masters in Music Therapy from Temple University and have post-graduate training in Counseling Psychology through University of Baltimore. I enjoy traveling, hiking, reading, making music, and spending time with family and my two cats.

My Counseling Services

Individual and Group, Ages 13+

 

Meet Our Clinicians

Carlada Razmus

Individual, Group, Family, Couples, 12+

Ashley Augustine

Individual,
Family, 4+

Kristine Purcell

Individual, Family, Couples, Group, 7+

Madeline Myers

Individual,
Family, 11+

Devon White

Individual,
Family, 18+

Emily Mahoney

Individual,

Family, Group, 13+

Samantha Harris

Individual,
Family, 12+

Terese Reamer

Individual,
18+

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