Emily Blessinger

Emily comes to CPFH with inspiration from her personal experiences with parenting and motherhood and a desire to help support women and their families through the joys and challenges parenting can bring. Her personal background includes becoming a mother at a later age, and experiencing perinatal loss, which have shaped her perspective and led her to this specialty.

Emily’s clinical experience includes work with adolescents, adults, families, and couples.  She particularly enjoys working with individuals who are adjusting to changes and challenges in life and are looking to improve their emotional resilience and well-being.  She has experience and training in improving relationships, mental health challenges such as anxiety and depression, processing grief, and working through past experiences and trauma. Emily has specialized training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders as well as Perinatal Loss and Grief.

When working with couples, Emily enjoys creating an open and safe place where each individual can feel understood and supported while processing the past and working towards a healthier relationship dynamic. Emily is a certified Level 1 Gottman Method therapist.
Most recently, she earned her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Houston Baptist University and she is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. She practices under the supervision of Kim Jones, LPC-S.