Emily Maher

Emily Maher


Her field of study was Psychology BA—she graduated from the University of Washington (Seattle) in 2015 and has been working as a psychologist for more than 5 years. She is skilled in treating a wide range of mental issues, is trained in acceptance and commitment therapy, and has special skills in working with couples and families. Emily is focused on helping people solve their work, motivation, and (in particular) relationship problems. She helped dozens of couples to improve their relationships and created several articles on dating and long-distance relationships for various media platforms. Emily has been working as an editor for 2 years—she reviews all the content published by the authors and verifies facts cited in their materials. Right now, she writes a book about dating problems, creates useful posts for her blog, and provides educational seminars for men, women, and couples.

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