Erin is a Licensed Professional Counselor- Associate. She has a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Texas Tech University and is under the supervision of Bryan Moffitt, LPC-S while she works toward independent licensure.
Whether it be through individual or couples’ counseling, Erin wants the adults she works with to feel empowered to grow in the areas that are important to them.
She believes counseling can be a great tool to process pain, explore your internal world, observe patterns in your behaviors, or examine your personal identity. Whether you are seeking counseling for a specific reason, or you feel generally distressed and don’t know where to start, Erin will offer a listening ear and collaborate with you to identify and work toward your goals.
Erin works primarily with women, and her specialties include adjustment, attachment, self-esteem, mood dysregulation, and complex trauma. She has experience with clients from various cultural, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds, and strives to create a validating and encouraging space for whoever she is sitting across from.
Erin also works alongside couples with varying therapeutic desires. Interpersonal relationships are often central to our daily life, so difficulty or dysfunction in this area can be particularly distressing. She has experience counseling partnerships that are cohabitated, married, or seeking premarital guidance.
You may seek relationship counseling to build trust, address chronic miscommunication, or cope with situational stressors. Maybe you find yourselves in cycles you want to break away from. Whatever the interpersonal difficulty, Erin wants to facilitate a place where productive conversations about difficult topics can happen.