Emily Siegel, LMSW
Emily Siegel enjoys working with preschool, school-aged children, and teens experiencing a variety of struggles including anxiety, ADHD, attachment issues, disruptive behaviors, and potty accidents. Emily finds that the most effective way to connect with and support children in therapy is through a playful, non-judgemental approach. She believes that the most successful interventions work to understand and support each part of the family unit in order to best serve the child in need. With a special interest in enhancing the parent-child relationship, Emily has received training in play-based assessment and treatment models including Theraplay. Emily holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Michigan, where she had the opportunity to learn and practice a variety of clinical approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Circle of Security, and family therapy.