Erin is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in working with adolescents and adults with anxiety, depression, anger, ADHD, history of trauma, difficulties adjusting to life transitions, substance abuse, domestic violence, and being a perpetrator or a victim of sexual abuse. She also works with couples and families struggling with relationship difficulties.
Erin believes that life can be difficult to navigate, and everyone has their own personal story to tell. She places the utmost importance on treating everyone as an individual and understanding what they are personally dealing with. Erin helps support her clients with guidance and empathy in a non-judgmental environment to process these areas of need in order to better cope with what life has thrown in their way. She utilizes a variety of treatment modalities, depending on the client and their needs, with treatment always being a collaborative process based on the client’s strengths. The modalities she uses often include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, DBT, Psychodynamic, motivational interviewing and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Erin earned a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Holy Family University. She has experience in working in both mental health and forensic settings. She has worked within residential and inpatient settings, with incarcerated individuals and with juveniles and adults that are involved with the criminal justice system.