Learn about the purpose, impact and trajectory of therapist Emily Abeledo

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Learn about the purpose, impact and trajectory of therapist Emily Abeledo.

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Hours of service

Helping people improve their quality of life and relationships

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Years of service

Since 2001, we have been committed to our purpose

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People served

With mystique, professionalism and total discretion.

Emily Abeledo's purpose

As a solution-focused therapist, Emily Abeledo strives to assist individuals in uncovering their true potential and cultivating a fulfilling life. The focus lies on understanding and resolving the challenges faced, recognizing that while the past cannot be changed, a collaborative effort can lead to personal growth.

Emily recognizes the significance of relationships in fostering happiness and places special emphasis on helping individuals enhance their connections with important individuals in their lives.

By integrating various complementary therapy approaches and techniques, she aims to unearth long-standing behavior patterns and negative perceptions that may hinder the pursuit of a more meaningful and enriching life.

Whether seeking additional support and guidance during challenging times or desiring a fresh direction in life, Emily eagerly anticipates the opportunity to work alongside individuals in achieving their goals.

With sincere care and compassion, Emily Abeledo, therapist, extends her utmost dedication to the therapeutic journey.

 
 

Emily Abeledo's purpose

As a solution-focused therapist, Emily Abeledo strives to assist individuals in uncovering their true potential and cultivating a fulfilling life. The focus lies on understanding and resolving the challenges faced, recognizing that while the past cannot be changed, a collaborative effort can lead to personal growth.

Emily recognizes the significance of relationships in fostering happiness and places special emphasis on helping individuals enhance their connections with important individuals in their lives.

By integrating various complementary therapy approaches and techniques, she aims to unearth long-standing behavior patterns and negative perceptions that may hinder the pursuit of a more meaningful and enriching life.

Whether seeking additional support and guidance during challenging times or desiring a fresh direction in life, Emily eagerly anticipates the opportunity to work alongside individuals in achieving their goals.

With sincere care and compassion, Emily Abeledo, therapist, extends her utmost dedication to the therapeutic journey.

 
 

Extensive preparation has been carried out to ensure the ability to assist and support you.

Emily Abeledo is a graduate of the University of Southern California Master of Social Work program, which is widely recognized as one of the most reputable universities in the country.

With a career spanning since 1992, Emily has been dedicated to providing Mental Health Services to individuals facing a range of challenges. This includes working with individuals dealing with chronic psychiatric disorders, substance addictions, victims of domestic violence, children with learning disabilities, and various psychiatric conditions.

During her graduate school internship, Emily had the opportunity to contribute her skills at the VA (Veterans Administration). Here, she worked closely with veterans who served in the Vietnam and Korean Wars, offering support and assistance in the Geriatric Unit, particularly to veterans with dementia and neurodegenerative disorders.

Emily’s personal experiences have further enriched her understanding and empathy. She has firsthand experience in dealing with the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on her own grandmother for over a decade, as well as supporting her mother through Lewy body dementia.

In addition to her clinical work, Emily undertook a significant macro project during her graduate school internship. The focus of this project was on identifying ways to enhance multicultural sensitivity within the VA system, reflecting her commitment to promoting inclusivity and effective care.

Emily Abeledo relocated to the Center for Child and Family Guidance in Philadelphia, now known as the Minuchin Center for the Family, to receive training in Salvador Minuchin’s approach to structural family therapy.

She has pursued specialized training in various therapeutic modalities, including Gottman Couples Therapy, where she has achieved Level I and Level 2 certifications. Additionally, Emily holds a certification in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) for Anxiety Disorders, Depressive Disorders, Trauma, and Insomnia. She has also obtained a Trauma Informed Treatment certification from Bryn Mawr University.

Since 2001, Emily Abeledo has established a successful private practice, initially in New Jersey and later expanding her services to Pennsylvania and Florida. Being fully trilingual in English, Spanish, and French, she brings a bicultural perspective to her practice, valuing and respecting the cultural backgrounds of her clients.

Emily’s dedication to supporting individuals and families extends beyond therapy. She has completed training as a funeral director and bereavement counselor, gaining extensive experience in bereavement counseling and hospice care. Her compassionate approach helps patients and their families prepare for the end-of-life journey and navigate the grieving process after the loss of a loved one.

On a personal level, Emily went through a divorce after a 23-year marriage while maintaining a strong friendship with her former partner. She cherishes her role as a father to both a biological son and an adopted son, recognizing the valuable lessons they have taught her and continue to teach her.

In her leisure time, Emily enjoys playing tennis, exploring new destinations through travel, and maintaining a lifelong commitment to personal growth and knowledge acquisition.

What else do you like to know? write Emily directly.

Extensive preparation has been carried out to ensure the ability to assist and support you.

Emily Abeledo is a graduate of the University of Southern California Master of Social Work program, which is widely recognized as one of the most reputable universities in the country.

With a career spanning since 1992, Emily has been dedicated to providing Mental Health Services to individuals facing a range of challenges. This includes working with individuals dealing with chronic psychiatric disorders, substance addictions, victims of domestic violence, children with learning disabilities, and various psychiatric conditions.

During her graduate school internship, Emily had the opportunity to contribute her skills at the VA (Veterans Administration). Here, she worked closely with veterans who served in the Vietnam and Korean Wars, offering support and assistance in the Geriatric Unit, particularly to veterans with dementia and neurodegenerative disorders.

Emily’s personal experiences have further enriched her understanding and empathy. She has firsthand experience in dealing with the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on her own grandmother for over a decade, as well as supporting her mother through Lewy body dementia.

In addition to her clinical work, Emily undertook a significant macro project during her graduate school internship. The focus of this project was on identifying ways to enhance multicultural sensitivity within the VA system, reflecting her commitment to promoting inclusivity and effective care.

Emily Abeledo relocated to the Center for Child and Family Guidance in Philadelphia, now known as the Minuchin Center for the Family, to receive training in Salvador Minuchin’s approach to structural family therapy.

She has pursued specialized training in various therapeutic modalities, including Gottman Couples Therapy, where she has achieved Level I and Level 2 certifications. Additionally, Emily holds a certification in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) for Anxiety Disorders, Depressive Disorders, Trauma, and Insomnia. She has also obtained a Trauma Informed Treatment certification from Bryn Mawr University.

Since 2001, Emily Abeledo has established a successful private practice, initially in New Jersey and later expanding her services to Pennsylvania and Florida. Being fully trilingual in English, Spanish, and French, she brings a bicultural perspective to her practice, valuing and respecting the cultural backgrounds of her clients.

Emily’s dedication to supporting individuals and families extends beyond therapy. She has completed training as a funeral director and bereavement counselor, gaining extensive experience in bereavement counseling and hospice care. Her compassionate approach helps patients and their families prepare for the end-of-life journey and navigate the grieving process after the loss of a loved one.

On a personal level, Emily went through a divorce after a 23-year marriage while maintaining a strong friendship with her former partner. She cherishes her role as a father to both a biological son and an adopted son, recognizing the valuable lessons they have taught her and continue to teach her.

In her leisure time, Emily enjoys playing tennis, exploring new destinations through travel, and maintaining a lifelong commitment to personal growth and knowledge acquisition.

What else do you like to know? write Emily directly.

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Emily Abeledo has more than 30 years of experience and support for organizations with a global reputation

For your peace of mind and confidence

Emily Abeledo has more than 30 years of experience and support for organizations with a global reputation