Emma Beasley is a graduate student working towards her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling at North Carolina State University.
Emma’s therapeutic approach is collaborative, and is focused on supporting clients in building self-compassion, self-acceptance, confidence and coping skills to support their growth and change through life transitions. She seeks to give each client a safe and brave space to share, and incorporates curiosity, affirmation and humor. Emma is committed to anti-racism, strives for cultural humility, and welcomes clients of all identities and backgrounds.
Emma is passionate about maternal wellness, and has completed advanced training with Postpartum Support International, where she also facilitates peer support groups for new and expectant parents experiencing mental health challenges.