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Emily Shrider, Psy. M.

Health Service Psychology Intern

Education

B.A. in Psychology, Ashland University
Psy.M. in Clinical Psychology, Wright State University

Licensure Status

Psychology Intern

Orientation

I practice from a feminist-humanistic framework and incorporate components of Acceptance and Commitment therapy, self-compassion, and mindfulness.

Interests

I am passionate about grief and trauma work, self-care and self-compassion, identity exploration, LGBTQ+ identity concerns, students with disabilities, group therapy, assessment, and outreach.

Bio

I was born and raised in Columbus, OH and earned my bachelor's in psychology at Ashland University in Ashland, OH. After college, I knew I wanted to be a professional helper so I enrolled in the doctoral clinical psychology program at Wright State University in Dayton, OH. 

I am passionate about working with college students and am so excited to be a psychology intern here at Carruth and to get to explore West Virginia.

Hobbies

I enjoy playing with my dog, hiking, yoga, cooking/baking, reading, and spending time with family and friends.

Preferred Pronouns

she/her/hers

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