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Insurance Accepted:


BCBS (including State Health Plan)

Centivo/Focus Plan



* Sliding scale available upon client request & availability *

Ages Seen:


Services Offered:

Individual counseling

Couples/marriage counseling

Family counseling

Sessions Offered:

Emily offers a hybrid of telehealth/virtual and in-person sessions.

Availability for New Clients:

Emily has a waiting list for new clients.**

** Accurate wait times cannot be quoted as we will need to wait for a current client to stop services.

Emily Moran, PhD, LCSWA

Dr. Moran specializes in working with individuals, families, and couples who are open and committed to experiencing personal growth and creating positive change in their lives. Dr. Moran completed her graduate coursework at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is passionate about working with adolescents and adults navigating gifted and neurodiverse concerns including ADHD, adulting, perfectionism, imposter syndrome, and underachievement. Other areas of clinical expertise include supporting clients with setting healthy boundaries, navigating relational conflict, addressing parental challenges, and coping with anxiety, worry, and stress. Dr. Moran works with clients who often feel “stuck” in their current life situation and are ready to heal from the past and become empowered to create a more fulfilling life. 

Her therapeutic work is shaped by evidenced-based therapies including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). In addition to extensive clinical experience, Dr. Moran’s work is informed by 15 years of experience working in education with adolescents and serving as an Assistant Professor at the university level. Her practice is trauma-informed, LGBTQ+ affirming, and faith affirming. When she is not working with clients, Dr. Moran is usually hanging out with her family, watching sports, decorating, or listening to an audiobook.

“The root of self-care is setting boundaries: it’s saying no to something in order to say yes to your own emotional, physical, and mental well-being.” – Nedra Glover Tawwab

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