Emily is a marital and family therapist and registered art therapist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. She completed her undergraduate degree at Boston University, and her M.A. in marital and family therapy (clinical art therapy) at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. She was selected for and completed a highly competitive post-graduate fellowship at Cedars-Sinai, Thalians-Department of Psychiatry in Los Angeles focusing on advanced diagnostic skills and therapeutic interventions. She have a breadth of clinical experience in a variety of treatment settings both in the Los Angeles area and in Northern California. Currently she as a private practice in Menlo Park CA and is the founder of the Mid-Peninsula Eating Disorder Clinic, an out-patient clinic in Menlo Park.
In addition to her clinical work, Emily is very active in advocacy efforts to ensure proper funding and resources for the awareness, education, treatment and prevention of eating disorders. Emily is excited to be a newly elected board member of the EDRCSV. After volunteering with them for several years, she is looking forward to helping the organization grow, develop and remain vital.