Erin Copp-Strohmier, LPC
Erin graduated from Slippery Rock University with a Master's degree in Community Counseling specializing with children and adolescents. She strongly believes in developing a collaborative and genuine relationship with people while working to support them in determining their goals, and how to successfully achieve them. Erin’s therapeutic style is an eclectic, strength based approach with a focus on developing positive solutions to support long term change.
Erin has worked with children and adults ranging in age from 2 to 65 and has training and experience in Trauma Focused-CBT, Parent-Child Interactive Therapy, and military acculturation. She works with children, families, adults, active duty military and veterans who have been affected by Autism, ADHD, ODD, anxiety, depression, grief and trauma.
Erin has also been involved in therapeutic horseback riding as a Professional Certified Instructor for children and adults with physical and mental disabilities.