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Emerald Aueyong

Associate Sex and Relationship Therapist




Therapy services offered via telehealth on a secure platform.

A Bit About Me

Ever since I was young, I knew I was different than others. A lot of times, I felt alone and lost. Little did I know that taking my first psychology class in high school would be the beginning of my profession. Learning about human behavior, past trauma, and other people's backgrounds intrigued me. And instead of watching others struggle, I wanted to be that one person who can reassure that everything was going to be okay, even though the light at the end of the tunnel appears non-existent at the time. 

Growing up in an Asian community, I noticed people were very secretive about intimacy and their love lives. This became even more apparent when sex education comprised of textbook images of male and female anatomy and a short story about sex my P.E. teacher gave to the class. It wasn’t until college that topics and information about sex were more widely accessible and partially discussed. I was confused about why this was until I factored in cultural values, stereotypes, and misconceptions that were given by society. This was enough for me to pursue a sex therapy and rehabilitation counseling profession. 

As an associate clinical counselor and certified rehabilitation counselor, I am dedicating my life's work to helping you navigate through life, specifically relationship-related and sexual challenges. Together, we can overcome many obstacles that were previously seen as impossible.

Work Experience

Credentials: APCC #12046, AMFT #134637

Supervised by Corinne Eisenhardt, LPCC #4467

Forensic Clinician
June 2021 - April 2022

Lead Substance Use Disorder Counselor (SUDC)
June 2020 - June 2021

Note-taking Services Assistant
January 2018 - October 2019

Founder of GradAppsDecoded
May 2019 - May 2021

I provided mandated treatment to sex offenders by conducting individual and group counseling using a restorative justice approach. I provided psychoeducation pertaining to various topics including coping skills, cognitive distortions, social skills, transitional counseling, and processing trauma.

As lead SUDC, I trained staff on writing session notes, group and individual counseling, and managed a caseload of my own. I provided substance use addiction counseling and offered insight on coping skills.

At CSULA, I was the assistant to the note-taking coordinator and I was responsible for ensuring students' accommodations were being met, specifically in the note-taking services department. I also volunteered as a note-taker myself for 7 years.

I created a consulting business to assist individuals in applying for graduate school and searching for their profession. My specialties were resume-building, cover letters, personal statements, and job interviewing.

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