Mental Health Practitioner / Clinical Trainee
With a Masters Degree in Somatic Psychology from the California Institute for Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA, Erin is pursuing licensure to become a marriage and family therapist under the clinical supervision of Dan Maki, MA, LMFT.
Erin has experience in social justice, non-profits, clinical massage therapy, clinical therapy work with clients experiencing chronic pain, developmental/complex trauma and family issues like domestic violence. With training in Somatic Psychology, her integrative approach utilizes a strengths based approach to support clients in their growth and personal journey. Combining psychodynamic and relational-based theory with polyvagal and somatic regulation, Erin's systemic, biopsychosocial approach is centered around working with clients in the context they live.
Erin’s areas of professional interest include:
family systems acute trauma and complex trauma anxiety
personality disorders couples gender identity chronic pain
co-occurring identity, addiction and mental health issues
Erin sees individuals, couples and families in