Emily Abbenante-Honold, Ph.D.

Emily Abbenante-Honold is a fully licensed psychologist.  She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Central Michigan University.  Dr. Abbenante-Honold interned at the University of Michigan’s Mary A. Rackham Institute.  Prior to becoming an affiliate at the Ann Arbor Center for the Family, Dr. Abbenante-Honold completed a post-doctoral fellowship specializing in child and adolescent psychotherapy through University of Michigan’s University Center for the Child and the Family.

Dr. Abbenante-Honold works with children, adolescents, adults, and families.  She approaches psychotherapy from an integrated perspective, using aspects of cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, family systems, and mindfulness based approaches in her work.  Dr. Abbenante-Honold enjoys working with each individual or family to find the approach that will best meet their needs.   Her areas of special interest include working with parents of children who are acting out (e.g., defiant, non-compliant, or aggressive), children and adults with ADHD, and young adults transitioning to college or post-high school life. Dr. Abbenante-Honold also has experience working with children and adults with depression, anxiety, and phobias, and survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault. 

Dr. Abbenante-Honold participates with BCBS PPO, BCBS Traditional plans, and Blue Care Network (BCN).