Emily Endres, Intern

Emily Endres is a current Master’s in Counseling Psychology student.  She is doing a one year internship at the Center for Growth. She offers low-fee therapy for individuals and partners. She works with clients grieving losses of all kinds, including the death of a family member, partner or friend, unemployment, loss of health or mobility, and loss of a significant relationship. Emily also works with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, shame, guilt, trauma, self-esteem, and identity issues. She provides therapy for diverse types of partnerships including LGBTQ and non-monogamous partners, and focuses on relationship issues including infidelity, navigating open relationships, communication issues, boundary issues, and desire differences. Additionally, on Fridays she runs a Grief Support Group.

Book Appointment: Society Hill 

Telephone: (215) 922-LOVE (5683) extension 12

Prior to pursuing a career in counseling, Emily worked internationally in the healthcare and public health arena as a researcher and project manager. Emily conducted qualitative research, workshops, trainings and working groups in low- and middle-income countries on public health issues including sexual and reproductive health, clean water and sanitation, and primary healthcare. She has also worked and volunteered in a variety of health settings in the United States including long-term care facilities, community health clinics, and hospitals. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Temple University.