Emma is a Limited Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LLMFT). She earned a Bachelor of Science in Sociology at Belmont University and a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy at Lipscomb University. Emma has worked with a wide variety of issues, including stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship issues, and more. She is especially passionate about helping clients navigate stressful life transitions and relationship dynamics.
Emma knows the countless stressors modern life creates for people. While there are many things to celebrate about technology and social media, it has also created an era of pressure to be in constant communication with others, comparing ourselves to our peers, trying to do too much, worrying about the news, and other sources of stress. Emma believes therapy can help people cope with the negative effects of stress and gain a new perspective on their relationship with the world.
Therapy with Emma should feel organic and conversational. She likes to give clients the freedom to use the session time the way they want. While creating space and encouraging the autonomy of the client to express what they need from each session, she also makes sure they leave each session with something new to try or to think about before the next session. Her main goal is that clients leave each session feeling heard, understood, supported, and hopeful. She enjoys getting feedback from her clients about her approach and style, and she is always willing to change or modify based on the feedback she is given.
Emma has clinical experience working with clients of all ages, however, she especially enjoys working with young adults navigating stress as they enter adulthood. She also enjoys working with couples experiencing conflict or communication issues.
Counseling Services Overview
- Works with individuals and couples
- Provides therapy in-person and via telehealth
- Passionate about helping clients cope with stress
- Currently expanding her knowledge on burnout, its negative effects on mental and physical health, and how to deal with it
If you are in crisis, contact 911 or 211. Our therapists are not able to provide therapy or respond timely to emergencies through voicemails or emails.
- Stress and burnout
- Relationship conflict
- Communication issues
- Premarital counseling
- Life transitions
Schedule an Appointment with Emma Snow
Call Kalamazoo Therapy Group at (269) 225-5148, or send a message.