Erin Healy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (LMFTA). Originally from Georgia, she obtained her B.A in Psychology from Augusta State University, and a M.A in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pfeiffer University in North Carolina. Erin H. specializes in working with individuals, couples, and families to help overcome an array of challenges, including anxiety, depression, anger, adjusting to life transitions (going to college, becoming parents, blending families, etc), and overcoming infidelity/trust issues. Erin H. specializes in working with the LGBTQ community, high conflict couples, abuse survivors, and conflicted families. She is also certified in prepare/enrich, which is an assessment tool that helps couples prepare for marriage or enhance their marriage to be more successful.
Erin H. works with teens ages 15 and older surrounding struggles related to relationship choices, bullying/peer pressure, adjustments to college, parental/family issues, anger, and coping with conflict or distress within your inner circle of friends. Erin H. is certified in crisis intervention for sexual assault victims and has a strong passion in serving survivors of emotional, domestic, and sexual abuse. She specializes in trauma, abuse, PTSD, anxiety, and relationship health. Erin H. has training in sex therapy and enjoys working with adults surrounding challenges related to porn addiction, premature ejaculation, anorgasmia, vaginismus related to sexual trauma, masturbation, “loss of interest”, etc.
Erin uses a systemic, collaborative view of therapy to connect and assist her clients. Her therapeutic approaches include trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, brief interventions, and narrative therapy. Her focus is to increase overall health and happiness with her clients. She facilitates trust, empathy, and communication to create a safe space for people to explore and understand their emotions. Her goal is to help individuals, couples, and families understand and overcome their challenges by using a nonjudgmental stance.
Erin H. offers a sliding fee scale to help those with financial hardship. She is also able to accommodate additional hours outside of her normally set schedule. Please contact her directly to discuss your scheduling and financial needs.
- In-network BCBS (please call therapist or contact BCBS to verify your coverage)
- Out of Network on all other insurances (will submit claims on your behalf, or can provide you with the necessary paperwork to submit them yourself)
- Self Pay
- First Session/ Intake: $135
- Individual Therapy 45 min: $100
- Individual Therapy 60 min: $110
- Family/Couples Therapy 45 min: $115
- Sliding Fee Scale ($60-$90)
Separate from engaging in counseling, some couples choose to just do the Prepare/Enrich assessment tool to assess areas of strength and areas of growth prior to deciding whether counseling is needed. This is not considered therapy, and is not covered by insurance.
As a couple, you will pay a $35 assessment fee which will allow you to complete the online assessment tool. Your initial appointment will cost $100. At the end of this appointment, you can discuss follow up appointments. If you decide to engage in counseling, you can pay self pay or you can discuss utilizing insurance.