Emma Frazier is a sex therapist with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University. She is currently under the direction and supervision of Courtney Geter, LMFT, CST for sex therapy training.
Emma is committed to understanding multiculturalism and advocacy issues within the counseling profession. Becoming a clinical mental health counselor is a career change for Emma, who previously worked in agencies serving sexual assault survivor populations and provided sex education for low-income individuals. Sexual health and wellness have always been important social issues for Emma. She is passionate about working with individuals, couples, and families surrounding topics related to sexuality, sexual identity development, racial identity development, and the impact of intersectionality on her client’s mental and sexual health.
Emma is looking forward to working with people who may be struggling to overcome shame, guilt, and embarrassment that is associated with their identity, race, and sexuality. Emma’s ideal clients will be people who are ready to face cultural messages that have told them they cannot be themselves. They are ready to make sense of their feelings and thoughts about who they are so they can begin to live their life in the most authentic way.