Erin approaches therapy from a person-centered focus, striving for a therapeutic relationship that supports health and well-being. She believes that therapy provides a new beginning where healing can commence. No matter where a person is at, the first session provides opportunity for change and renewal.
Erin graduated with her B.A. in child development from Sacramento State University and holds a M.Ed. in cross-cultural teaching. She is currently attending National University, working to obtain a master’s degree in counseling with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy.
In her free time, Erin enjoys running and gardening. She is active with her young daughter and loves to cook new and culturally expressive foods. She enjoys spending time with her friends and camping in the summer with her husband and family.