Emily Trapp, LMFT, LCAS-A, is a Primary Therapist at Green Hill. Emily works directly with the members of the Green Hill community and provides mentorship and counsel. Specifically, Emily provides individual, group, and family therapy to improve the lives and strengthen the relational connections of our residents. Emily takes pride in working with families and is passionate about strengthening the family program at Green Hill to increase psychoeducation and collaboratively help families internally examine their own dynamics and functionality in order to identify their strengths as well as areas of improvement.
Emily graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Health, Medicine, and Human Values. She went on to earn her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from East Carolina University. Prior to joining Green Hill, Emily worked in an inpatient setting focused on mental health and substance use stabilization. In that time she greatly connected with her patients using therapeutic orientations and techniques such as Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.
Emily’s passion for working in the substance use field was ignited during her internship at a state-funded alcohol and drug abuse treatment facility. She truly values working therapeutically through a systems lens with individuals, couples, and family systems. She is interested in Bowen Family Systems, which helps the entire family understand their dynamics as well as their impact on the issues at hand. She believes in working collaboratively alongside her clients to identify the needs of each member to achieve their goals.
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Outside of Green Hill Recovery, Emily enjoys spending time with her family, friends and horse, Mikey. She and Mikey compete both locally and on the American Quarter Horse Association circuit.
Emily Trapp, LMFTA, LCAS-A -Primary Therapist