The human experience is an emergent property: mind, body, and world interact to create a self that can’t be reduced to one element. At Emerge, we are interested in your whole self and believe that is the key to lasting change and growth.
We also believe in the importance of providing a safe space for people from all backgrounds and walks of life. We are a group of culturally competent therapists and we are your ally.

We believe that it is possible for anyone to gain greater self-knowledge and understanding, and that, often, our own minds can lead the way. Our therapists listen closely and will seek to help you recognize the meaning behind patterns of relationships and experience that cause pain and interfere with growth. Through this greater self-knowledge comes the ability to live more fulfilling and satisfying lives. LEARN MORE


At Emerge we offer small group and individual yoga classes in a trauma sensitive environment. All classes are taught by licensed therapists and yoga teachers trained in trauma sensitive yoga. We believe that healing is possible, and often the body can lead the way to what is sometimes impossible for words to express. Our yoga classes and yoga groups can offer a transition from a more intensive treatment program and be a compliment to individual outpatient therapy.  LEARN MORE


Emerge was developed in 2017 by Elizabeth Vogt and Jamie Larson Jones to bridge the worlds of psychoanalytic thought with modern neurobiological research and the ancient and intuitive wisdom of the mind-body connection.

While they all share a passion for the Emerge mission, each therapist has their own way of working. Take a moment to get to know our great team here, look over our services, or send us a note and we’ll help you find the best fit for your needs.

Therapists at Emerge treat children, adolescents, adults, and couples; explore our clinician bios to find a good fit or contact us to speak with someone who can help make a suggestion based on your needs.

Emerge therapists welcome people from all communities, cultures, and identities. We value an understanding of health, meaning, and thriving that takes your lived experience into account. We take responsibility for our own education while also hoping to learn from our patients. We stand against violence, particularly as perpetrated towards the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ community, in both overt and systemic ways, every time, every day.