Emerson Hurajt


I am a graduate counseling intern and I am passionate about using research-based practices to encourage change and healing of the mind. I aspire to create a safe, warm, and comfortable environment for my clients.


I have a focus in treating transitional youth and adults who struggle with work-related stress, mood disorders, gender and sexuality issues, trauma, women’s issues, and other life issues. I use methods from several different methodologies to customize the therapeutic interventions that would be most effective for the completion of treatment goals.  


In 2019, I graduated with a bachelor’s in psychology from Salisbury University. During my time in undergraduate studies, I concentrated on being a student researcher with studies based on personality and cognitive psychology.  Currently I am attending the University of Baltimore’s Applied Behavioral Sciences program, with a specialization in Mental Health Counseling.   


As an intern working under Supervision of Marna Brickman, LCSW-C, we will work together to assess your mental health needs and develop a plan that will optimize your strengths and offer you tools that you can use for a lifetime.


I look forward to working with you.