Erin obtained her Master’s degree in Adlerian Psychotherapy with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Adler Graduate School. Erin has worked in multiple different mental health settings over the years and has found herself loving the balance of therapeutic and director work at Ellie since 2017.
Erin’s authentic self shows in all areas of her work, with clients processing the death of a loved one, managing a life long mental health diagnosis or transitioning through big life changes or even her clinical director duties. Erin puts the same passion she has as a die hard Vikings fan during a playoff games (yes, I know I am very familiar with heavy, unwelcomed emotions) as she does with her clients that are struggling with many different transitions in life. Erin’s clinical passions include individuals that are bereaved and has also been trained as a Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional. This training allows Erin to best help her clients understand the neuroscience behind their anxiety disorders. She assists clients in finding creative solutions to manage their anxiety.
Outside of work Erin enjoys spending time with her family, watching football in the fall or hiking trails in the spring and summer.