Emma Eberle

Emma Eberle, LSW

Emma has been a social worker for twelve years, with master’s degrees in Applied Social Science and Social Work. Her social work education provided her with advanced clinical skills to help clients find new understanding and enact powerful change. Additionally, Her graduate work in social sciences gives her a unique, in-depth understanding of structural oppressions, like racism, homophobia, sexism, capitalism, and high-control groups. Most of her work has focused on domestic violence, sexual violence, and child welfare. She is passionate about helping adults healing from childhood trauma find freedom and peace in their lives and relationships.

Her approach is grounded in Internal Family Systems and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). These approaches focus on your strengths and finding active, kind ways to make change. Emma is a journey mate for her clients as they create their own path. She uses talk therapy, movement, breathwork, and creative practices to help adults overcome their childhood trauma. She is particularly passionate about working with couples. Emma is happy to work with families and does best with kids over 10 years old. Couples and Families come in all shapes, so Emma creates an affirming space for LGBTQIA+ community members.

Outside of her life as a therapist, Emma is a wife and a mother to two kids who have been through the wild ride of embryo adoption. She loves a literal walk in the park, creating digital art, and reading a mix of silly romance novels and more serious memoirs.