Emily Werdowatz is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a concentration in military social work and has been in the field for over three years providing counseling to active-duty military, veterans, and civilians. Emily has experience working in a Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic at a military hospital, which has allowed her the opportunity to expand her understanding of military culture and the impact military service can have on both service members and their family.
Emily also has experience working at an acute residential treatment program and a community mental health program providing both individual and group therapy.
The diversity of Emily’s experience has provided her the opportunity to work with clients from various backgrounds and challenges, including trauma and PTSD, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, OCD, and depression. Emily has experience providing evidence-based therapy including Cognitive Processing Therapy for trauma and PTSD, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She uses a calming, compassionate, and empowering approach paired with effective counseling skills to partner with people to help them overcome life’s challenges.
“I would love to help you overcome difficult struggles and seasons in your life. No one is meant to go through life’s challenges alone and it would be an honor to partner with you on your journey.” Emily is in this field because she has a passion for helping others live a full, meaningful life.