Emma Wood is a Psychologist in the Counseling Services department of a private university in central Texas. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL, where she also received her Master of Arts degree. Dr. Wood received her bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, in Interdisciplinary studies: Art, Music, and Psychology. As a psychologist Dr. Wood recognizes the importance of holistic individualized treatment and strives to facilitate personal growth through creating a warm and accepting therapeutic space for her clients. She takes a feminist approach to her work and feels that empowerment is a catalyst for change in many clients she works with. Her specific clinical interests are in the areas of eating disorders, identity development, diversity, self esteem, and women’s issues. Dr. Wood is the head psychologist for the Eating Concerns Assessment Team (ECAT) and serves on the Body IQ Work Team at the University. In her spare time, Dr. Wood enjoys watching documentaries, playing with her dogs, and enjoying the simple things in life with her husband Russ.
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