Emma Osborn has worked in the field of life skill development for 4 years as a past Behavioral Health Technician with Centerstone and now Life Skills Coach at CIP. She previously found success working with those facing mental health challenges and helping those with disabilities learn independent living skills through interpersonal interactions.
As a life skills coach at CIP, Emma helps teach students how to live independently by utilizing hands-on and face-to-face approaches and using myself as an example to learn from. Emma is currently earning a BS degree in Human Biology and Psychology from Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana.
When she’s not engaging students in building new life skills, you can find her playing the guitar and writing music.