Emily Bradley

Emily Bradley

A dedicated and compassionate therapist with an enthusiasm for helping individuals, couples, and families improve their emotional well-being and relationships. With specialized training in family systems therapy, Emily is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for her clients to explore their concerns and work towards positive change.


Emily tailors her therapeutic interventions to suit each individual’s unique needs, drawing from various therapeutic modalities, with a focus on systemic change.  The ultimate objective is to create a nurturing and non-judgmental environment where clients can explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, leading to greater self-awareness and positive change.


Emily specializes in working with couples in marital distress and who want to improve their emotional connection.  She works to create a safe space to help couples improve communication, repair past hurts and betrayals, resolve conflict, and foster intimacy and trust to create a healthier and more fulfilling partnership.

To aid in this endeavor, she draws on Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) in her work with couples and individuals.  EFT is a highly effective and evidence-based approach to couples therapy that focuses on understanding and processing emotional experiences within relationships. Developed by Dr. Sue Johnson, EFT recognizes that emotions play a central role in shaping connections with others and in an individual’s personal well-being. The core principle of EFT is to help individuals and couples identify underlying emotions and relationship needs, and to restructure their emotional interactions in order to promote healing and build a more secure connection. Through the power of emotional support and caring, EFT empowers clients to enhance their communication, foster a deeper understanding of one another, and develop more satisfying and meaningful relationships.


Emily specializes in helping adolescents navigate anxiety and depression as they transition from childhood to adulthood. Adolescents need a safe place where they can come and discuss their thoughts and challenges, explore their identity, family dynamics, peer relationships, and cope with academic pressure. The therapeutic process will support personal growth, emotional well-being, and develop health coping skills as they transition through life stages.


Emily is a supervised clinician finishing her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University.

In her spare time, Emily enjoys traveling, the beach and spending quality time with her family and friends.

Scheduling, Fees, and Insurance

Evening and weekend appointments available.  Schedule an appointment by clicking the Schedule Now button, calling (480) 447- 6180 or emailing emilybradleymft@gmail.com.  Session fees are $60 per session and insurance plans from BCBS and Aetna are accepted.


3048 E. Baseline Rd, Suite 117,
Mesa, AZ 85204

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide counseling, education, and support to individuals, couples and families. To offer a safe environment for them to heal from hurt and overcome challenges in order to lead healthier, happier lives. In addition, to help clients develop the skills necessary to foster and build strong secure connections in their daily lives.

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