Types of Clients
Erin works with children (five and older), adolescents, adults, and families.
Experience working with multiple intersecting identities, people of color, people living with HIV/AIDS, and people in the LGBTQ community. Erin has worked with people living with depression, anxiety, OCD, eating disorders, AODA, identity development, and trauma.
Training and Experience
Erin earned her MSE (master's of science in education) in counselor education, from UW-Platteville in 2011. Prior to earning her master's degree, Erin did her internship at UW-Platteville's counseling center for a semester. She has worked with college age students at UW-Madison for the last four years. She earned her undergraduate degrees in psychology and music in 2006. Erin has taught music to children age 5 through adults, for over 15 years. She enjoys incorporating music into sessions with all types of individuals. Erin has also worked with children in many different settings, including summer therapy sessions, runaway/homeless shelters, and residential treatment centers.
Erin works through a trauma informed lense. She uses CBT, BT, solution focused, interpersonal, mindfulness and meditation techniques in session to help each person work towards their goals that led them to therapy.