Dr. Emma Wood is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with college students. Dr. Wood takes a feminist approach toward psychotherapy and feels that empowerment is a catalyst for change. Her clinical interests are in women and gender issues, diversity, identity development and self-esteem. She loves to blog about her life and experiences and how those intersect with psychological theory and constructs. She values vulnerability, humanness, grace and toilet humor. She is the mother of two kick-ass little ladies.

Dr. Emma Wood's Articles

These are my stories — my imperfections.

What My 2-Year Old Taught Me About Being Imperfect

Long story short — she got two staples in her head. But the deeper story is a feeling that welled up in me that needed further investigation. I had this fleeting feeling that she was now damaged... Read...
Dr. Emma Wood    |   02.24.16 12am   |   SHARE

#SorryNotSorry: Unlearning “I’m Sorry” For The Sake Of My Daughters

My oldest daughter Sophie is not even 3, and she is awesome. She’s unapologetic about the space she takes up, any inconvenience she may cause, or if she passes gas in public. No. Big. Deal.
Dr. Emma Wood    |   01.19.16 12am   |   SHARE