Emile Mulder is a clinical psychologist specializing in challenging behaviors and anxiety, mood and autism spectrum disorders in children, teenagers and young adults. His approach to therapy involves using cognitive behavioral therapy and positive behavior support. This involves focusing on the strengths of the patient and their environment to change unhealthy thought patterns and behaviors and promote emotional well-being. His style is relaxed and cheerful and he often invites clients to use humor in session and play board games. In his personal life, he enjoys video and board games and is an amateur musician.
Emile has been working in varying capacities with individuals with autism spectrum disorders and/or behavioral challenges since 2004. He has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Stony Brook University and has been working as a psychologist in Western Michigan since 2016.