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Emily Cree, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist


Dr. Cree attended Biola University for her undergraduate degree in Psychology and a minor in Intercultural Studies. After graduating, she worked with an organization serving older adults, many of whom suffered from Dementia or other neurological issues. She then attended Fuller Theological Seminary's School of Clinical Psychology to obtain her PsyD in Clinical Psychology. Throughout her time at Fuller, she worked with children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, providing Floor Time therapy services and support for families. Dr. Cree also received training working with children and adults with a variety of diagnoses, and in both outpatient and inpatient settings. She completed her postdoctoral residency at the Kaiser Permanente Autism Spectrum Disorder Center in San Jose. She then worked for over 3 years as a Clinical Manager and Psychologist at Easter Seals Bay Area, developing and running naturalistic and developmentally-based ABA services for children diagnosed with an ASD, and provided parent education and support, and supervision for staff.

During her free time, Dr. Cree enjoys spending time with friends, family and sweet pup, and enjoying the great outdoors, reading, or discovering amazing food at a variety of restaurants.


  • PsyD, Clinical Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • MA, Clinical Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • BA, Psychology, Biola University


  • Licensed Psychologist, California Board of Psychology (PSY24623)

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association (APA)

Recent Presentations

  • Attachment and Developing Relationships (presentation to ESBA staff in 4/2015)
  • The Basics of Autism Spectrum Disorder: What that Means for Treatment (presentation to ESBA staff in 2013)


  • Putman, K. M., Lantz, J. I., Townsend, C. L., Gallegos, A., Potts, A., Roberts, R., Cree, E. R.,DeVillagran, M., Eriksson, C. B., & Foy, D. W. (2009). Exposure to violence, support needs, adjustment, and motivators among Guatemalan humanitarian aid workers. American Journal of Community Psychology.