Graduate of Moody Bible Institute with Bachelor's Degrees in Urban Studies and Youth Ministry
Master's Degree in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary
Erin has experience working in residential treatment settings, including a therapeutic boarding school for troubled teens, and a residential counseling program for young women struggling with life-controlling issues. She has worked as a counselor in an inner-city school setting, as well as a suburban private counseling center. She has experience treating relationship and attachment issues, trauma and abuse, depression and anxiety, as well as marriage and parenting concerns.
Erin believes that symptom management or behavior modification alone cannot change a person over the long term. She wants to help clients find the part of themselves that has been lost, wounded, and forgotten so they can heal and live their story with intention. Real change occurs when we attend to the whole of our story, both our goodness and pains, and learn how to live out a new narrative. There is much hope and goodness to be found when we heal from the wounds that can so tightly grip us.
Erin is currently working toward LPC licensure in the State of Wisconsin. She will be available during the fall semester of 2017 in an interim role.