Executive Program Director
Erin Jackson, LCSW
For over 15 years, Erin has been partnering with children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families on issues related to personality pathology, trauma, depression, anxiety, substance use, involvement in the criminal justice system, cultural assimilation, life transitions, women’s issues, relationship issues and more. A licensed clinical social worker, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Connecticut and earned her Master of Clinical Social Work from Fordham University. Erin prides herself on patient-centered care and uses motivational interviewing, dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness to engage therapeutically — always allowing the individual’s needs and desires to remain at the forefront of therapeutic engagement. Erin seeks to establish open, warm therapeutic alliances to assist individuals in processing challenging situations. She works collaboratively with clients to create and build upon coping mechanisms that will lead to desired outcomes. Erin’s specialties include depression, anxiety, trauma, cultural awareness, grief, life transitions and women’s issues.