Erin moved to Boulder Colorado in 2002 after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She has worked with children, adolescents, and their families’ since 2007 when she graduated from Naropa University with a Masters in Transpersonal Counseling.
Since her graduation, Erin has experienced working at a domestic violence shelter with women and children, a residential treatment center for runaway and at-risk youth, in the public school setting, and in community mental health.
Erin specializes in working with children aged 4-18 using non-directive play therapy and sand tray therapy. These therapies provide a gentle and safe way to connect with children who have struggled with anxiety, grief/loss, depression, and trauma of many kinds. Erin’s background in creative arts, her love of nature and the outdoors, and her ability to connect with children leads to a positive and effective therapy experience for her clients. She lives in Lafayette with her daughter, her husband, and her cat, Kiki.