Emily Hurst

Emily Hurst

Emily Hurst MS, LPCC, has a Master’s degree from Evangel University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, holding her license in Colorado.

National Provider Identifier: 1952988032

All MCO counselors are approved to work in all 50 states.


RATE: $310/per month

Connect: (855) 755-3797 ext. 8173

A Note From Emily

Hi! I want to begin by saying that I recognize the courage it takes to pursue counseling. Life can be difficult, and having a safe space to talk and decompress is crucial. I would be honored to walk alongside you as you process and navigate the highs and lows of your life journey.

I enjoy working with people from all walks of life, ages, and at various relationship stages, married or single. I am incredibly passionate about helping those navigating a life transition, cross-cultural transition, trauma, anxiety, and depression. One of the main reasons I pursued a career in counseling was my desire to help people crossover from a state of surviving to one of thriving. I love what happens when counseling is combined with faith, and healing is the result.

I grew up overseas, in a missionary family, and moved to the United States to attend university. This experience has provided me with a unique outlook on life, an enlarged worldview, and the ability to connect with individuals from varying backgrounds and cultures. My time spent in a ministry context has provided me with the ability to work with those in ministry or who are coming out of a difficult ministry context.

I recognize that it can seem as though trauma, conflict, struggles, anxiety, and depression are a part of life and impossible to overcome. I desire to walk alongside you and be a part of your healing and thriving process. It is possible to manage these struggles and have a life of peace and hope. It is possible to move forward from trauma and grief. This is a journey that I am honored to be a part of.

I look forward to walking alongside you and starting the journey.

Emily Hurst

Counselor Competency

MyCounselor has as its aim to be the gold standard in faith-based mental health. Our counselors are required to have undergraduate studies in theology, practical ministry, or psychology and have completed a graduate (master’s) degree in mental health (professional counseling, clinical social work, marriage & family therapy, etc.).

  • We only hire around 2% of applicants
  • Require at least a Master’s Degree in Mental Health
  • 2-Year Post-Graduate Residency in Neuroscience Informed Christian Counseling® (NICC)
  • 400+ hours of Continuing Education each year

After submitting an application package that includes transcripts, references, and video responses to a structured interview, qualified candidates are invited into a multi-stage interview process. During the process candidates will meet with clinical supervisors, perform a mock therapy session, and participate in a training with the MyCounselor clinical team. If advanced from the final interview with the Director of Clinical Services, candidates are offered a position on the clinical team and matriculated into the MyCounselor residency.

During residency counselors complete multiple rotations of clinical training and experience with specific populations, including individuals, couples, families, and teens. Specifically, residents are trained in the MyCounselor proprietary model of care: Neuroscience Informed Christian Counseling® (NICC) as applied in practice with various presenting issues.

The thorough training our counselors receive in a broad array of specialized rotations equips them to address counseling concerns ranging from the common to the complex.

Counselor Residency Rotation

Individual: Trauma-Informed Care (AEDP, AF-EMDR, IFS, EFIT)

Presenting Issue(s): Trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, stress & burnout, grief, aloneness, shame, insecurity, self-esteem, addictions, friendships, work dissatisfaction, eating disorders, self-harm, suicidal ideation, childhood sexual abuse, spiritual abuse, spiritual stagnation

Couples: De-escalation & Attachment Bond Restructuring (EFT)

Presenting Issue(s): Communication, trust, parenting, money, in-laws, expectations, roles

Couples: Sex Therapy (ABCST)

Presenting Issue(s): Sexless marriages, pain disorders, arousal disorders, desire differences

Couples: Sexual Addiction & Infidelity Recovery (CSAT)

Presenting Issue(s): Porn & sex addiction, sexual affairs, emotional affairs

Couples: Dating & Premarital (SYMBIS)

Presenting Issue(s): Premarital, family of origin concerns, relational expectations, commitment difficulties, compatibility questions, conflict resolution, wedding stressors, friend group conflicts

Family & Teen Issues:

Presenting Issue(s): Divorced & blended family dynamics, teen development issues

Group Therapy Dynamics:

Presenting Issue(s): Group work across a variety of focus areas

Personal Development Coaching:

Presenting Issue(s): Coaching for personal and professional development

Recent Testimonial

Emily is the best in her field. She is compassionate, caring, and more importantly authentic! She creates a safe atmosphere and that is huge for me!

-Amy P.

Emily’s Most Recent Article

Post Date: April 16, 2024

By: Emily Hurst

One of the most common questions I have seen people both in my personal and
professional life wrestle with has been “is selfcare selfish?” As Christians, we often tend to
struggle with not only this question, but an even bigger one, “is selfcare biblical?” We are called
to live sacrificial lives, so how does selfcare fit into that? My hope in this article is to start the
discussion around what exactly is selfcare, what does the Bible have to say about it, and what
are some examples of selfcare.

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