Meet Erin Brower

Individual, Couples & Family Counseling
Clinical & Wellness Director

Erin’s approach to therapy helps people establish sustainable and healthy relationships that thrive and grow throughout their lives.

With over 20 years of experience in clinical therapeutic work, and a lifetime of curiosity, Erin is driven to understand relationships and connections of all kinds. She has always been fascinated by why people seek connection and what can be done to strengthen those bonds over time.

Erin has spent her career creating programs to facilitate relationships. She teaches clients how to establish kind, clear boundaries, and honest communication. Together with her clients, she works to create environments where sustainable healthy relationships are formed. Her approach to well-being is rooted in providing clients with the ability to form safe, intimate, familial and/or professional relationships.

Erin’s Philosophy of Medicine

I am a systems and attachment therapist. This means, I believe we are all a product of the systems in which we exist: family of origin, cultural and religious systems, social class, sexual orientation, etc. I believe we are impacted, shaped and changed by all of these systems and more. I believe, too, that each of us have had  experiences in developmental periods in our lives that help form our attachment styles and these attachment styles can drive relationship patterns throughout our lives.

Education & Training

Erin holds the following certifications:

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
  • Gottman-Certified Educator.
  • EFT Level Therapist.
  • LGBTQIA+ Specialist.
  • Domestic Abuse Liaison.
Are you sunrise, daylight, twilight, or night? Why?

Twilight. absolutely. I just love the feeling of quiet and calm when a day is done and the evening stretches in front of me to play with any way I see fit.

If you could choose your age forever, what age would you choose and why?

I adored 31. I felt so energized and capable. I’d learned and conquered so much and still had energy left over for the next phase.

If you were to geek out on something, what would you geek out on?