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SHILOH EMMONS

Counseling Intern

I am a 2nd-year Master's Student in Idaho State University's Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Program. I primarily have experience working with adults through a wide range of life stages and with diverging ability statuses. Currently, my focus is working with adults and late teens through various presenting concerns, such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief. Much of my work revolves around identifying subjective quality of life, and meaning making interventions focused on maximizing self-growth and actualization. I have experience in both residential and outpatient treatment settings, and enjoy meeting with a wide variety of individuals. 
After receiving a Bachelor's in Psychology, I moved to Boise, Idaho to pursue a Master's program. When not working, I enjoy rock climbing, cycling, and adventuring the local area with my partner and our dog.