“Everyone has a story. The parts of your story you choose to share and the words that you use to share your story are important; those words can lift you up or pull you down. I genuinely enjoy listening to people’s stories and helping them to find new ways to understand their situation and to adapt and grow. I believe that therapy should be a setting where people feel safe and comfortable with sharing thoughts, feelings, experiences, etc. without fear of being judged.
As a therapist, I use warmth, compassion, and humor to understand each person I meet. I put a lot of emphasis on building trust and fostering healthy and open communication. My goals during each session are to promote growth and to build upon the strengths that my clients already have.
I look forward to hearing YOUR story.”-Cameron Murdock
Cameron has been with Emmaus since 2021 and works with clients ages 8+, adults, couples and families via Virtual Therapy. He is a licensed independent clinical social worker in the State of Washington and he holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC.
Prior to joining Emmaus in 2021, Cameron worked as a counselor in many different setting, since 1993. Ice has worked with people of nearly all ages, from 3 years old to 105 years old, and people of many different identities and backgrounds. His work has involved helping people who struggle against mental illness, significant health concerns, those affected by violent crime, people who have experienced abuse in relationships, who have experienced a trauma, and people who have struggled against oppression.
Areas of Focus
- Bipolar Disorder
- Family Conflicts
- LGBTQ Issues
- Parenting Issues
- Relationship Issues
- Stress & Anxiety
- Self Esteem
- Sleeping Disorders
Additional Training & Certifications
- Qualified Clinical Supervisor, Department of Health, State of Washington.
- Telemental Health Provider, PESI