My goal is to merge clinical social work and education strategies with students to enhance their opportunities for success in the classroom and in the real world. It is equally important to work alongside educators and discuss the importance of achieving work-life balance.
Mental and emotional health are just as important as physical health. They work together to create a
healthy and whole person.
Professional development facilitator and event speaker to address student and educator mental health, trauma-informed/trauma-sensitive classrooms, educator self-care, and parent/caregiver engagement.
Schools are provided with services to assess and address mental, social and emotional needs including educator wellness, motivation and satisfaction.
The time to be whole is now.
Mental and emotional health are just as important as physical health. They work together to create a healthy and whole person. The counseling relationship is one of trust, respect and open communication. Erica is committed to providing warm, open-minded, and non-judgmental support. Her talent is helping clients navigate life’s challenges and assisting them as they find the path to obtaining balance. Life is a journey with peaks and valleys, and when one encounters a valley, sometimes it is difficult to find a way out. Counseling can equip one with the strength and guidance needed to explore possibilities and experience more of life’s gifts. Throughout the journey, Erica will provide you with encouragement, inspiration and support to chart the path of your choice.
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Currently, all services are self-pay. Insurance is not accepted. Any questions about specific counseling services can be submitted through the contact page. Teletherapy is available!
Professional Development sessions address student and educator mental health, trauma-informed/trauma-sensitive classrooms, educator self-care, and parent/caregiver engagement.
Teach Whole: Self-Care Practices for Educators (SPICES)
Understanding Personality Differences Among Students and Staff
How to Teach with Mental Health in Mind
Practice What You Preach-What Are You Trying to Teach?
Goal Mind: Practical, Personal, Professional
See The Child: Lose the Labels
Caregiver Workshops include topics specifically related to building relationships and including families in their students’ academic experience.
Mental Health Awareness
Personality Differences in Families
You’re the Hero-Be the Advocate
*Professional Development, Caregiver Workshops and Events
Prepared to provide schools, youth programs and their leaders with on-going professional development for educators and staff, parent/family relationship expertise, and restorative practices coaching.
Schools have a critical role in fostering the health and safety of young people and helping them establish lifelong healthy behaviors. As the community begins to acknowledge the limited emphasis on educator and student mental health, many educators continue to be confronted with a general feeling of being overwhelmed to facing burnout. According to Psychology Today, burnout is described as “a state of chronic stress that leads to physical and emotional exhaustion, cynicism, detachment, and feelings of ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment.” The emotional atmosphere in a classroom setting is impacts the experiences of all students. That atmosphere is affected by the emotional stability of the teacher and leaders.
Let’s evaluate and discuss the needs in your organization.
Based upon our society’s mental, emotional, and communal needs, a training curriculum has been developed to promote education for building and maintaining trust to bring about positive transformation.
Topics: Mental Health, Anger Management, Self-Care, Cultural Competency, Bias, Listening Skills, Building Relationships, Social & Emotional Intelligence, Strengths-Based Practices, Trauma-Informed/Trauma-Sensitive Practices, Understanding Basic Needs
LET’S DISCUSS YOUR ORGANIZATIONS SPECIFIC TRAINING NEEDS.