Emily Trulson LCPC, NCC, CPT, SSN
University of Illinois College of Medicine PeoriaDepartment of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Work 900 Main Street Suite 720 Peoria Illinois 61602 work
Work Phone: 309-495-1640work
Emily Trulson is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, International Sports Sciences Certified Personal Trainer, and Sports Nutrition Coach. She graduated from Bradley University in 2017 with a degree from the Department of Leadership in Education, Human Services, in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. A recipient of the Margaret J. Burke Endowed Scholarship as well as Graduate Student Leadership and Service Award, she completed her internship at the Eating Disorders Program at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois, and later earned her state counseling license in 2020.
Although trained in the field of clinical mental health and personalized fitness training, she defines herself primarily as an inspirational and philosophical guide eager to engage herself in the empowerment of individuals toward finding long-term solutions to their presenting symptoms. She specializes in evidence-based treatment therapies for adult women with eating disorders and incorporates fitness fusion into her sessions. She is creative in utilizing mindfulness-based practices toward a holistic treatment method where her clients experience a healing mind and body alignment in therapy.
Early in her career she became involved as a fitness consultant for O2 Health Studio in Chennai, India, where she educated personal trainers on western fitness trends and wellness concepts. She fell in love with educating and has used this experience as a building block to create individualized fitness fusion concepts in her unique style of mental health counseling, presentations, and workshops for the success of her patients. Emily joined UICOMP’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine as a Clinical Associate in February 2021. She is looking forward to practicing at the Center for Wellbeing. Clients have stated that she is kind, compassionate, warm, engaging, and a great listener.
Categories: Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Updated 2 months ago.