What’s your name, what do you do at Neurocore, and how long have you worked here?
My name is Emily Wisler and I am a client advocate at Neurocore’s West Bloomfield location. I’ve worked here for almost a year and a half.
What’s something you love about your job?
I love getting to know our clients. I think it’s important to make Neurocore a welcoming community where the staff is made up of people that clients look forward to seeing. I really enjoy making goals with clients and watching them implement strategies to accomplish them.
Tell us a bit about your background.
I graduated from Central Michigan University with a major in psychology and a minor in substance abuse prevention, education, and treatment. I am currently getting my master’s degree at Oakland University in clinical mental health to become a licensed professional counselor.
What’s the most interesting thing you’ve learned on the job here?
I have really enjoyed learning about how different brainwaves have an impact on the symptoms an individual can experience. I think it’s important to understand that mental health is complex and that multiple factors can impact how a client is feeling. I appreciate that we’re given the opportunity to talk to clients about different areas in their life where small changes can be made, which can cause a positive impact on their mental health and quality of life.
What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to?
The best concert I’ve been to was Jon Bellion at Saint Andrews Hall in Detroit. I actually saw him twice during his last tour!
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