Erin is a graduate of the Lewis & Clark Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy program. Erin has a range of experience in outpatient therapy, including community mental health, intensive outpatient programs, and private practice. Additionally, she provides clinical supervision and development in both clinical and classroom settings, as well as has experience in a wide range of mental health administrative and leadership roles.
Erin’s primary clinical focus and interest is working with relationships, with a focus on couples and other relationship structures. She infuses a trauma-informed approach into all services she provides, as well as regularly addresses and considers frameworks of patriarchy, intersectionality, and white supremacy culture into her process and intervention with clients.