Erica, M.S. is a Ph.D. Candidate in Clinical Psychology with a Child and Family Emphasis at Palo Alto University where she also received her M.S. in Psychology. She earned two Bachelor of Arts degrees, in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Erica is currently working at Lincoln Hospital to help individuals overcome and cope with their psychiatric disorders.
For the past four years, Erica has worked with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of disorders including ADHD, Autism, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, learning disabilities, and other executive function difficulties. At NYU Langone’s Child Study Center, Erica delivered an organizational skills training to those struggling with time management, organizing materials, and planning school assignments. She visited NYC public schools to evaluate and diagnose students for learning issues and provided Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. While at Stanford University, Erica had state-of-the-art training in evaluating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental and anxiety disorders. Throughout her college studies, Erica tutored college-age students in statistics and helped students with disabilities with their school work and study skills.
Erica tutors students K-12 and young adults in reading comprehension, writing, study skills, and test-taking strategies across their school curriculum and will support math for elementary students. Erica is trained and experienced as an executive function skills coach for students of all ages. She supports her clients to improve organizational skills, keep track of assignments, organize their time efficiently, and develop and implement plans for completing school assignments. She works with individuals who have ADHD/ADD to minimize the negative symptoms associated with their learning issues. Erica tailors her tutoring sessions based on each client’s needs and strengths to understand and help reach a child’s academic goals.