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Elouise Cram

Elouise Cram


Lead Therapist

Elouise Cram (she/her) is the Lead Therapist at The Emily Program’s Child, Adolescent & Adult Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. She obtained her undergraduate degree in public health from Clemson University (go tigers!) and her MSW from the University of South Carolina (go cocks!). She has worked in several eating disorder treatment settings across various levels of care.

Elouise appreciates bringing the values of curiosity, collaboration, and willingness into her therapeutic approach. She enjoys working with individuals to find peace with their food, their bodies, and themselves. While her practice is primarily acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)-informed, she also incorporates principles and tools from dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and emotion-focused therapy (EFT). Elouise is excited to hold warm, validating, and often humor-filled space (when appropriate!) to work alongside individuals of all ages.

When not at work, Elouise can be found smashing pickleballs, listening to Maggie Rogers, or chasing her rescue doodle, Poppy.

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