Emily Roman obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with Cum Laude honors at Regent University and she received her Master of Science degree in Social Work with Alpha Chi honors at Abilene Christian University. She is a licensed social worker with experience working with veterans, victims of crime, people with intellectual and physical disabilities, and people who are working through grief.
As a disabled veteran herself, Emily has unique insight and compassion for some of the experiences that veterans and people with disabilities face. Emily also has experience with providing group counseling using cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral methods with people aged 13-85, and she has thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. Emily stands out as a counselor in her ability to genuinely listen to those that she is working with and to express investment into their well-being from a person-centered perspective. Emily operates out of a practice of providing skills to those she serves through a client-coach partnership in the process of striving toward healthy outcomes.