Emily Hennrich, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY29140) in California who specializes in working with adults struggling with trauma-related disorders such as PTSD, anxiety, and depression. She also works with those challenged by adjustment issues and life transitions. Dr. Hennrich helps clients gain the skills to manage stressors more effectively. She assists patients in identifying and utilizing healthier ways of coping with the myriad of challenges life may present.
Evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) set the foundation for Dr. Hennrich's clinical work as she utilizes a client-centered, collaborative approach with patients. Cognitive processing therapy (CPT) and Prolonged exposure therapy (PE) further inform her clinical work with those who are faced with trauma-related symptoms. Dr. Hennrich provides a warm, supportive, validating, and non-judgmental environment for patients while encouraging them to find their balance between acceptance and change in order to live healthier and happier lives.
Dr. Hennrich's clinical experience includes working with both military and civilian populations struggling with PTSD, substance use disorders, sleep difficulties, and other related challenges. She has also worked with those who struggle with eating disorders and body image issues. Her experience in clinical settings includes the VA hospital, community mental health programs, PHP/IOP programs, school settings, and private practice.