Emilyann LeGrue earned her B.S. in Marriage, Family, and Human Development from Brigham Young University and her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She is licensed in both California (as a Marriage and Family Therapist) and Oregon (as a Licensed Professional Counselor) and has over five years of counseling experience including treating troubled youth, families experiencing grief and loss, and teaching parenting classes. She enjoys writing, teaching, and public speaking. After many years as a volunteer in the nonprofit sector, she hopes to eventually open a private practice.
- Why should I fear? Part 2: Four planes and two towers
- Why should I fear? Part 1: The contagion of fear
- Perfection vs. progression at the college level
- How can failure lead to perfection?
- Is “no” a bad word?
- What should I look for in a counselor? Part 2
- What should I look for in a counselor? Part 1
- How does one go about finding a counselor?
- Is abstinence unrealistic?
- Summer schedule – or lack thereof
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