Emily Moore, LPC, Director of Student Counseling Center

PHONE: 479-524-7234

EMAIL: EMoore@jbu.edu

Emily is a Licensed Professional Counselor.  She earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Tulsa and her Master’s degree in Community Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy from John Brown University.  Following her time in Northwest Arkansas, Emily practiced in a variety of settings in the Atlanta area, working with underserved individuals, couples, and families, as well as seeing clients as part of a private practice.  Since she returned to this area, Emily has worked in various capacities counseling students at the JBU Student Counseling Center while also maintaining her own private practice.  Her clinical interests include depression, grief, anxiety, sexual assault recovery, family of origin concerns, relationship conflicts, and women’s health issues.  She deeply enjoys working with college students and providing help and support as they navigate the many transitions that are part of this stage of life.

When she is not counseling, Emily enjoys reading, writing, talking with her husband, and spending time with her two daughters. She loves to travel and is committed to finding the best chocolate dessert in every place she visits.

Mollie Reddin, Counselor

PHONE: 479-524-7473

EMAIL: MEReddin@jbu.edu

 

Mollie ReddinMollie is a Licensed Associate Counselor with a Bachelor's degree from John Brown University and a Master of Science in Community Counseling from John Brown University.  Mollie worked for the state of Arkansas in children and family services, and in admissions at JBU prior to her counseling career. Mollie's clinical experience includes work with adults and couples in community clinic, non-profit agency, and university campus settings. She particularly enjoys working with college age adults through a variety of issues, including adjustment, depression, anxiety, relationships, and trauma. Specific clinical interests are in the areas of anxiety, identity development, and sexuality.  

Outside of her work as a therapist, Mollie enjoys exploring northwest Arkansas, making good food, and traveling with her husband and son.

 

 

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