Erin received her undergraduate degree from the College of New Rochelle and her MSW at Fordham University. She has been licensed as a social worker to practice in New York and Massachusetts and is currently actively licensed in Florida. Through the Florida Institute of Technology, Erin completed her Behavior Analysis Certification in 2010, previously certified in 2007 as a BCaBA. She is also Adoption Competency Trained through the Sylvia Thomas Center and DCF. She is also Gottman Trained Level I & II (couples-focused therapy) and EMDR Trained Level I & II.
Erin is also the founder of NEUROLEASE™, a unique therapy that resolves physical pains and barriers connected to emotional stress. She, along with other therapists in her office, practice Neurorelease among other therapies. Their office, Collaborative Therapeutic Services, in Tampa, FL.
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