About Erin

Erin graduated from Athabasca University with a Masters of Counselling (MC). She has worked for several local agencies, counselling children and adults individually and in groups, and helping people work through problems including anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem.  She also has experience conducting psychoeducational assessments, also referred to as learning assessments, on children and adults. 
Believing the relationship between the client and counsellor to be most important, Erin incorporates a variety of theoretical approaches into her counselling, including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), solution focused therapy, and narrative therapy.

Commonly addressed Issues Include:

Addiction, anger, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, learning strengths and needs, marriage and relationships, parenting, self-esteem, stress, substance abuse, work/life balance.