Erin is a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist currently practicing in New York City. She received her Masters degree in social work summa cum laude from the University of Maryland, and her Bachelors in Science degree cum laude from Miami University. Since entering the field, Erin has provided individual, couple, family and group therapies in a variety of settings including teen residential care, employee assistance programs and rehabilitation services for adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses. She has provided psychotherapy services within the educational system extending from elementary schools to the college campus, addressing an array of concerns such as addictions, anxiety, depression and grief.
She studied psychodynamic psychotherapy in a post-graduate training program, and continued her education in a post-graduate program examining relational psychotherapy. She currently is pursuing certification in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. She holds advanced clinical social work licenses in New Jersey and New York.
Erin's professional emphasis is on:
Providing individual, couple, and family therapies, focusing on ages twelve and older.
Working with people who are coping with a range of issues, including but not limited to stress, anxiety or depression.
Offering confidential services in a private location.
Using an array of approaches as needed to address client concerns.
Erin is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, the Clinicians Collective and the New York State Society for Clinical Social Work.
As the author of the Book Corner for the Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work's newsletter, Erin conducted author interviews and wrote numerous book reviews. Other articles by Erin have been featured in theJournal of Employee Assistance and the Silver Spring/ Takoma Park Voice.
In addition to being a psychotherapist, Erin has trained as a yoga instructor. Her knowledge of various yogic principles has helped deepen her work as a psychotherapist.
She has presented seminars and workshops on an assortment of topics such as coping with stress, time management and using yogic principles to decrease anxiety.