Degrees and Credentials
M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Waynesburg University, 2016
B.A. Psychology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2014
Erin graduated with a master's degree in 2016 from Waynesburg University, where she completed an internship at the university's counseling center. During her internship, she also ran groups for self-awareness and self-care and assisted in teaching counseling courses for the counseling minor. Erin also has been a Nationally Board Certified Counselor since 2016 and obtained my Professional Counselor license in Pennsylvania in 2019. Erin has primarily worked in the community and school settings, first as a Mobile Therapist for The Guidance Center and then as a Mental Health Professional for the Community and School Based Behavioral Health program at Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems. Most recently, she was a clinician for the Short-Term Adolescent Recovery (STAR) program which is a short-term residential program at Beacon Light. Erin also operates her own private therapy practice, providing mental health counseling in a variety of focus areas with clients ages 5 to late adulthood.
In her free time, Erin enjoys snowmobiling, spending time with family and friends, and attending sporting events. She was born and raised in Bradford, and currently lives here with her husband, Joe, and their cat, Willow.