Emily Camera, LCSW (McNulty Counseling & Wellness)

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Emily Camera, LCSW (McNulty Counseling & Wellness)
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Emily Camera, LCSW
Business Excerpt:
We all have a story that can often consume or even define us. Sometimes those stories are exactly the thing that prevents us from living a life that is emotionally and spiritually fulfilling, and we become stuck in patterns of suffering. Those stories often take the form of things like “I’ll never be good enough,” “I don’t know who I am,” “people always leave me,” or simply “I’m not lovable”. My goal is to help you uncover your inner strengths and empower you to rewrite these stories so that you can experience life in the way that feels authentically you in accordance with your vision and not the expectations or opinions of others.
Business Description:

I got my start working in a residential treatment facility for adolescents with severe eating disorders, which paved the way toward my passion in working with individuals in identity formation and effective relationship building. I love working with adolescents, young adults, and millenial-aged individuals, and I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, trauma, and anxiety. I take a holistic approach to therapy, leaning heavily on the teachings of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I don’t believe that therapy is a “one size fits all” approach, and I enjoy the ability and flexibility to get creative to ensure that you have all of the tools you need to live the life you want. As a member of the community myself, my office is and always will be a safe space for all LGBTQIA+ persons or are exploring their sexuality, gender identity, and sexual interests. I am knowledgeable of and friendly toward individuals who identify as consensually non-monogamous/polyamorous or as practitioners of kink/BDSM or are interested in further exploring non-traditional relationship styles and structures.

I received my Bachelors in Psychology from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and then went on to receive my Masters in Social Work from Stony Brook University in New York. I received my clinical license (LCSW) in 2018 while living in Delaware working alongside an incredible team of clinicians in a group private practice. It was there that I further developed my treatment specialties and became known as “the” clinician for severe eating disorders and borderline personality presentations.

From a young age, my generation was taught to embrace the mantras of “toxic positivity,” and research has shown the emotional toll a lifetime of these beliefs can have on a person’s identity formation, especially through adolescence and young adulthood. As we start to try to answer questions about who we are and what we want out of life, we can feel burdened by the expectations of other people, eventually stifling our true identities so we can stop trying to “fit a square peg in a round hole,” as it were. Adolescents and young/emerging adults deserve better. You deserve a space where you can be exactly who you are and become exactly who you want to be, in a way that makes you feel seen and validated. At its core, my aspiration is to be exactly the kind of therapist my generational peers and I would have needed in our formative years. A therapist who is authentic, real, nonjudgmental, will call you out when needed (but gently!), and genuinely cares about your success.

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106 S Tampania Ave, Suite 100
Tampa, FL
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Both Remote and Brick and Mortar
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Credit/Debit Card, FSA, Check
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