Our Team


I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with over 20 years of experience helping adults, teens and children navigate through emotional struggles. I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at Appalachian State University. I earned my Master’s in Psychology from Antioch University Seattle. I believe that all people have the capacity to improve their ability to cope with life’s challenges. I am ready to meet you where you are and encourage personal growth, healing and emotional well-being. I use a supportive counseling approach in working with individuals and families to increase communication, improve relationships, reduce symptoms and gain coping skills.
I am in-network for BC/BS, Aetna and Cigna. I also accept private pay. Cash or credit/debit cards accepted.


Hi There! I’m Em, I am a Licensed clinical mental health counselor with 4 years
of experience . I enjoy working with adolescents and adults.
I have worked in various settings including a domestic violence shelter, a
homeless shelter as well as in community mental health. I provide individual
counseling using a mix of different theories including CBT, DBT, person-
centered, and motivational interview.
I believe we all have challenges in our lives. Reaching out for help can be a
difficult decision; I strive to provide an accepting and calm presence to help meet
you where you are. I work with you to create coping skills and move toward
change in your life. Reach out to schedule a phone or video consultation for free
at emilyproctorcounseling@gmail.com
I also run a community support group focusing on stress and anxiety. This group
offers a sliding scale for those without insurance to make it affordable for everyone.


I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with more than seven years of experience primarily focused on helping my clients have better relationships with their partners and their family members. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Marian College. I earned my Master’s degree and my Doctorate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Connecticut. In my experience, couples often feel triggered in conversations with their partner which make these conversations feel overwhelming. My couples often tell me that they feel like they are having the same argument with their partner again and again and feel like these conversations just send them down rabbit holes. I work to unpack how each person is being triggered in these conversations and help them learn how to understand and manage their emotions. This work allows my couples to have more meaningful conversations where they both feel more seen and heard by their partner. I use Emotionally Focused Therapy as the basis for my couple's work. In addition to being a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am also a potter and sell my pottery at local art shows. I have been married for more than 20 years, and have 2 beautiful children and 2 crazy cats from the Human Society. I am an affirming LGBTQ+ therapist and strive to meet my clients where they are with care and humor.