Emma LiVigne, MHC-LP

Emma LiVigne, a graduate of New York University's mental health counseling program, embodies empathy, compassion, and non-judgment in her therapeutic practice. With extensive experience spanning children, adolescents, and adults in clinical settings, Emma cultivates an environment where individuals feel truly heard and valued.

Utilizing a rich repertoire of therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), relational therapy, narrative therapy, and person-centered therapy, Emma crafts a tailored approach for each client, addressing their unique needs and aspirations.

Emma believes in the transformative potential of therapy, which extends beyond addressing deficits to recognizing and amplifying inherent resilience and resourcefulness. She focuses on equipping clients with coping strategies and challenging negative thought patterns, fostering affirmative shifts in self-perception and worldview.

Specializing in anxiety, depression, relationship issues, low self-esteem, and behavioral challenges, Emma adopts a holistic approach centered on clients' innate strengths. By empowering clients to harness these strengths, Emma guides them towards implementing positive changes in their lives. Through collaborative exploration and practical guidance, Emma supports clients in navigating diverse life challenges, promoting growth, resilience, and a renewed sense of purpose from a perspective that celebrates their inherent capabilities.