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Our Staff


Erin Eagles, Therapist and Group Facilitator

Erin earned her Master in Social Service with Clinical Concentration from Bryn Mawr College and her B.A. in Social Work from Cedar Crest College with a Certificate in Gerontology. She has since returned to Bryn Mawr College and completed her Certificate in Trauma-Informed Practice. Erin is a licensed social worker (LSW) working towards gaining clinical licensure and a certification in Thanatology (Death, Dying and Bereavement) through the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC).

 

 

Erin is grateful to have had opportunities to work in various levels of care, with a wide range of ages, and large scope of mental health issues.  She enjoys working with children and adults both individually and in groups. She became increasingly aware while working across various populations, how much attachment and loss have great effect on one’s life and family dynamic. Erin’s experiences of personal loss and time spent in hospice settings as a volunteer have helped her to gain insight and empathy to the experience of grief.

 

Erin utilizes a holistic approach in therapy, treating the whole person and grief experience, not just the symptoms that present at the surface. Erin uses a client-centered approach, honoring the unique needs of each individual and often incorporates mindfulness practices to support the healing process.

 

Contact Erin at 610-222-4110 ext. 125  or by email at ere@bereavementcenter.org