Erin Conrad, LPC-IT
Erin received her undergraduate degree and Master’s Degree in Psychology/Educational Counseling from Upper Iowa University, and is currently enrolled her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with Capella University. Erin has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a variety of mental health and behavioral concerns, including depression, anxiety, mood disorders/personality disorders, ADHD, substance abuse, and complex trauma. Additionally, Erin is a licensed Forensic Interviewer for children/adolescents with the State of Wisconsin and has extensive background in working along with Wisconsin Child Advocacy Centers. Erin has held seats on multiple Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force(s) in Wisconsin. She also has worked with Drug Endangered Children Task Force(s) in conjunction with law enforcement to bring rapid mental health response for crisis aversion response teams (CART). Erin utilizes a wide variety of therapy approaches in working with clients such as CBT, DBT, Art/Play and Experiential therapies depending on the diagnosis and goals of the client.