Emilee Krupa, SUDC, MFT Intern
Emilee Krupa is a Substance Use Disorder Counselor and a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern. Emilee’s journey into the recovery field began as a residential staff for an adult substance abuse treatment center and soon she fell in love with the world of recovery and helping those that suffer from addictions. Later she began working for a therapeutic boarding school as an assistant supervisor, and after completing college she joined their clinical team as a substance abuse counselor. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science with an emphasis in psychology from Utah Valley University and completed the substance use disorder counselor program there.
With extensive knowledge of the twelve steps, Emilee believes that recovering from addiction is successful through sharing “experience, strength, and hope” and she believes that those who struggle with addiction can and do recover. Emilee continually follows research in the recovery community and is fascinated about learning new ways to help those she works with build a strong, personalized recovery program that they become passionate about living.
Emilee is currently enrolled in the Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Capella University and is excited to be working as a Marriage and Family Therapist so that she can work with the entire family of the addicted person and help the family to heal.
In her spare time, Emilee enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and two dogs, and loves all of the outdoor adventures Utah has to offer.