Erin Siciliano M.Ed, LSC, LAC
Erin Siciliano has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years. She earned a master’s degree from Georgian Court University and a bachelor’s degree from Rutger’s University while participating in study abroad programs that allowed her to learn across the world at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. She is a licensed school counselor and a licensed associate counselor who has worked in various settings. Erin has experience counseling individuals in group homes for young women who aged out of the foster care system, public and private schools, work readiness programs for adolescents who have disabilities and at the Family Crisis Intervention Unit of Monmouth County. Erin is certified in sand tray therapy, clinical trauma, pre-k to grade 12 yoga and mindfulness, restorative justice mediation, mental health first aid, the nurtured heart approach, internal family systems therapy (IFS) and harassment intimidation and bullying.
Erin utilizes a trauma informed, person centered approach to create a safe, non-judgmental and collaborative, therapeutic experience. She believes that every person deserves the opportunity to heal from the past, feel heard, to be seen and to live authentically.
Erin lives with her husband, three active children and their dog, Luna. She enjoys traveling, working out, cooking, coffee, reading, the beach and spending time with her family and friends.