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Employee Feature | Emily Harrison

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Updated on 24 January, 2019
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Dr. Alina Fong

Employee Feature - Emily Harrison

Emily is a NeuroCognitive Therapist here at Cognitive FX. 

Emily attended BYU for her bachelor's degree and the University of Utah for her master's degree. Her field of study is in Speech-Language Pathology. Emily has worked as a speech pathologist for 15 years. She has worked in a variety of settings and has experience working with many individuals with communication and cognitive difficulties. She is a member of ASHA and has her CCC. 

What led you to Cognitive FX? 

"Dr. Fong reached out to me after a referral from another SLP. It has been a wonderful experience to work with patients every week, watching as they progress and get their lives back." 

What is your core focus, and how does it contribute to what we do at Cognitive FX?

"My focus is to help improve cognitive function. I work with patients to improve their working memory, attention, concentration and organization."

 What do you value about your work? 

“I enjoy coming to work because we make a difference every week. We have a great team of people that care about the patients. I enjoy building relationships with people and helping them to improve.

When patients come in, many feel like it is their last hope and they don’t know what else to do. We provide hope that their life can be better and they can improve. That really makes me want to come to work every day."

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