Emily Endres CV

Posted by: Center for Growth Therapists

The Resume of Emily Endres


Temple University—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2018 – 2020 (expected graduation date)

Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology

  • Relevant courses: Theories in Counseling Psychology, Counseling Lab I, Introduction to Assessment, Professional Issues in Agencies, Disabilities Rights Seminar


Trinity University—San Antonio, Texas, 2008 - 2012

Bachelor of Science in Business Management, Minor in English Literature

  • Honors: Cum Laude
  • Awards and Scholarships: Presidential Academic Scholarship recipient; Dean’s List (3 semesters); Member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Blue Key, and Golden Key honor societies
  • Relevant courses: Principles of Psychology


Universidad de San Ignacio de Loyola—Lima, Perú, Spring 2011

Study abroad program

  • Courses in Spanish, Peruvian history, and business
  • Conduct individual, couple and group therapy on issues including anxiety, relationship concerns, anger, grief, and sexual dysfunction
  • Develop individualized interventions, treatment plans, and detailed notes to monitor progress
  • Facilitate grief and loss support group
  • Participate in ongoing training and supervision
  • Support in the planning and execution of public events attended by hundreds of people in and around Philadelphia
  • Responsible for ensuring community organizations and companies are present at events and offer relevant supports and services to people with disabilities and their families
  • Conduct secondary research in managed care models for the provision of healthcare and other supports and services for people with disabilities
  • Participate in a disability rights seminar course to deepen understanding of disabilities issues



The Center for Growth—Phildelphia, PA, January 2019 to Present

Therapist Intern


Department of Behavioral Health Intellectual Disabilities Services—Philadelphia, PA, August 2018 to Present

Graduate Assistant in Public Awareness and Administration


Results for Development Institute (R4D)—Washington, DC, 2015 to August 2018

Program Officer (January 2017 to August 2018)

Senior Program Associate (August 2015 – December 2016)

  • Received a promotion after demonstrating a strong ability to take on project management and leadership roles
  • Developed creative strategies and implementation plans for a portfolio of activities related to innovation and peer learning
  • Planned and oversaw the implementation of international peer learning workshops attended by public health entrepreneurs from around the world
  • Designed and conducted research using a range of qualitative methodologies including interviews, focus group discussions, surveys, and literature reviews
  • Disseminated research results through written materials and presentations at global health conferences and panels


Population Services International (PSI)—Vientiane, Lao PDR, 2013 - 2015                                             

Sanitation Marketing Technical Advisor (2014 - 2015)

Associate Technical Advisor (2013 - 2014)

  • Received a promotion after demonstrating creative problem solving and leadership skills
  • Led in the strategic direction and implementation of a social marketing program
  • Developed monitoring and evaluation tools, communication materials, sales and promotional tools and training curricula
  • Supported the growth and success of team members through ongoing communication, collaboration, planning and problem-solving, and bi-monthly field visits
  • Wrote quarterly and annual funder reports and contributed to market research



February 2017: Led a committee of fifteen coworkers to design and carry out an organization-wide retreat with over 130 participants, resulting in a set of new and original organizational values.


2017 to present: Brought together a small team to start R4D’s first Diversity & Inclusion committee, which now has over 30 members ranging from interns to senior executives.


2016 to 2018: Led a discussion group called REAL TALK that addressed difficult but important topics including power and privilege in international development, feminism across cultures, and social responsibility.



  • Skills: Basic counseling techniques including attending behavior, basic listening sequence, interview structure, reflection of feeling and reframing; discussion group facilitation, cross-cultural communication
  • Volunteer: #DCReInvest Coalition, Standing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ), Industrial Worker’s of the World (IWW)
  • Interests: Poetry writing, books, philosophy, travel