Last edited 04/23/2023

Emilee Crowder Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

She / Her / Hers

Clinically Supervised

VerifiedIn-person Meetings
Acepting new clientsAccepts Insurance
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General Office Hours

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Under Clinical Supervision

Emilee Crowder, Licensed Professional Counselor Associate, 90683 is practicing under the supervision of Sarah Carlson (Texas, LPC-S, 66045) at Therapy with Emilee, PLLC.

Please, note: A clinician listed as being “clinically supervised” is completing clinical hours toward their licensure. They have one or more fully licensed clinical supervisors that often have special training to become supervisors. They consult with their supervisor(s) on all of their cases, which means that, when working with them, you are getting the time and expertise of multiple therapists in your treatment.

If there was one thing you wish people knew about the therapy experience who might be hesitant to try it, what would that be?

I remember how uncomfortable and difficult it was for me to start therapy for the first time. It took a few months before I could be fully vulnerable with myself and my therapist, because I was scared to face some aspects of my life. There were times when I wanted to cancel my therapy sessions because I knew that the work would be uncomfortable. But as I continued, I was surprised that despite the discomfort, each session & week brought more understanding and more control over my emotions & life. Therapy is hard work! But it is so, so worth it.

What was your path to becoming a therapist? What inspired you to choose this profession?

I have always wanted to help people. Soon after starting therapy for the first time in my own life, I felt a new type of excitement: I had a strong sense of worth because of my own healing. I wanted everyone to experience this same empowerment I felt in life! So I decided to continue my education & become a therapist, to provide a safe space for others to learn to love themselves--just like my therapist had provided for me.

In what ways does your personality influence your approach to therapy?

I bring very human aspects into my therapy sessions. I value humor--it is an important part of my personality, so I incorporate it into my therapy sessions in an authentic way. I also make mistakes! I am learning & growing, and I try to model this in the therapy room with you. I'll take accountability, and I'll correct statements after saying them. I am very relational, so I'll ask for you to provide feedback to me about how certain things sit with you, or how you are impacted by aspects of our relationship. It only seems fair, since I am providing feedback to you as I challenge you throughout the therapy process. And most of all, I have a gift of seeing others: I can quickly notice others' strengths & their unique abilities. I will be sure to let you know what I see in you, and try to find ways for you to notice those same things in yourself, too.

Identity

Gender

Woman

Ethnicity

White

Sexuality

Heterosexual

Other Identities

Millennial

Specialties

Anxiety

Relationship Issues

Self-Esteem

Codependency

Trauma

General Expertise

Depression

Anxiety

Careers

Work Stress

Social Anxiety

Attachment issues

Body image issues

Communication issues

In-Network Insurance

N/A

Fees

Individual Therapy$100

Types of Therapy

Individual Therapy

Clientele

Young Adults (18-24)

Adults (25-65)

Treatment Approaches / Modalities

Cognitive Processing Therapy

Humanistic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Relational Therapy

Attachment-Based Therapy

Training / Certifications

Clinical Certified Anxiety Treatment Professional

Education

University of North Texas, Associate of Applied Arts, 2022

Work History

I have seen clients in a couple of different settings, including a college counseling center and a private practice. I have worked with adults who experienced anxiety, depression, body image issues, sexual and physical abuse, low self-esteem, as well as struggles with life transitions and interpersonal trauma.

Office at 5306 Junius Street, Dallas, TX

Frequently Asked Questions About Emilee Crowder, LPC-A

It’s not uncommon to have questions before starting therapy. Emilee Crowder, LPC-A, has answered a few of the questions they receive most often from new clients.

Is Emilee Crowder accepting new clients?

Yes, Emilee Crowder is accepting new clients for in-person appointments at 5306 Junius Street, Dallas, TX, 75214.

Does Emilee Crowder accept insurance?

Yes, Emilee Crowder accepts insurance, including N/A.

What types of therapy does Emilee Crowder offer?

Emilee Crowder offers therapy for individuals.

Does Emilee Crowder offer in-person appointments?

Yes, Emilee Crowder offers in-person appointments at 5306 Junius Street, Dallas, TX, 75214.

Does Emilee Crowder offer online therapy?

No, but people can book in-person appointments with Emilee Crowder at 5306 Junius Street, Dallas, TX, 75214.

How quickly can I see Emilee Crowder?

Emilee Crowder typically can speak with new clients within 48 hours. You can see their current general office hours and request an appointment on their profile page.

What languages does Emilee Crowder speak?

Emilee Crowder conducts therapy sessions in English.

Can I book an appointment with Emilee Crowder online?

Yes, you can easily book an appointment with Emilee Crowder online using Choosing Therapy’s directory.