Emily Tabor, LICSW
My therapeutic approach is grounded in your healing being driven by you. You are the expert of your experiences, the road to your healing and what being healed looks like. I will act as your guide by providing you the process and tools for you to develop your own healing.
I began specializing in grief and loss counseling, bereavement therapy, adjustment to chronic illness and caregiver support after my personal experience of supporting several family members' through their diagnosis of chronic illness, providing caregiving and experiencing my own grief surrounding their deaths. During those raw moments I found the extreme benefit a helpful hand could provide. It was then that I realized the honor and chose the calling of being that helpful presence for others also stepping through these moments.
I draw on my six years of experience working with patients and families as a Hospice and Peritoneal Dialysis Social Worker. I have a Bachelor's and a Masters degree in Social Work and have been working in the field since 2005. I have also worked as a domestic violence advocate and as a case manager for permanent supportive/transitional housing for homeless families.
Masters in Social Work from University of Washington
BA in Social Work from University of Montana