Emily Rincavage

Emily Rincavage, LMSW

Licensed Master of Social Work

I love working with children, adolescents and families. I enjoy helping people learn more about themselves, their stressors and strengths, and the systems within which they function. I help clients to discover they have coping skills in place, and to develop skills to conquer challenges. My ideal client enjoys talking and learning about themselves and others around them.

Emily also works with parents to create and implement strategies and routines that help family’s better function. Family therapy can help you find and use your family’s strengths to build stronger relationships and give you more quality time with the ones you love.

My Education

Emily attended Dickinson College where she completed a double major in Mathematics and Psychology, thus earning her Bachelor in Science degree.  She went onto Portland State University to complete her Master’s in Clinical Social Work.  Upon completing her Master’s degree, she pursued her passion for working with children and teens in an international school setting.  After four years of helping children and families, she returned to the United States to continue working with children and families.

Emily enjoys working with children, teens, young adults, families, and with older adult populations.  Emily is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and a strengths-based approaches to treatment.  She uses creative interventions when working with children, and tends to use Narrative Therapy with the Older Adult populations.