Emily Me.


Emily is a graduate student working on her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Harvard University. Her research focuses on trauma, particularly sexual and domestic violence, but she has experience working with patients with a wide range of serious mental illnesses including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and Alzheimer’s Disease. Emily graduated magna cum laude from Middlebury College in 2017, where she majored in psychology and was captain of the Track and Field team.  Upon graduation she was awarded the Ross-Lieberman Prize, which is Middlebury's highest departmental honor in psychology. 

Emily tutors students in an array of topics related to psychology including psychopathology, neurobiology, neuroanatomy, research methods and psychological statics. She also enjoys coaching students through expository and scientific writing as well as graduate personal statements, helping at all stages of development from first outline to final edits. She is comfortable working with students of all learning styles and abilities.

When she isn’t studying brain science, Emily enjoys running, reading, boxing, skiing and walking dogs.

Education & Qualifications
  • Harvard University, PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology
  • Middlebury College, BA in Psychology
  • Psychology
  • Statistics & Probability
  • Graduate Admissions
  • Expository Writing & the Essay