Erin Crabill, MSW, MEd, LSW
Languages spoken: English
Erin’s (she/her/hers) practice is rooted in her dual expertise in Human Sexuality and Clinical Social Work. Whether she is seeing individuals, couples, triads or any other combination of individuals, her work is client-focused, goal-specific, inclusive and measurable – all of which are qualities that should be present when a client seeks therapy for their most intimate and vulnerable of issues.
Erin draws on a range of modalities that allows her to tailor her approach to best fit each individual or relationship, rather than attempting to force all the various sizes and shapes that problems take into rigid and ill-fitting paradigms of treatment. While Erin’s techniques are dynamic and broad enough to help anyone, her focus on inclusivity and marginalized members of society makes her practice a particularly safe space for those who have faced systemic barriers in accessing mental health, and particularly, sex therapy. Erin’s original reason for becoming a therapist was to help those within the LGBTQ+ and sex worker communitities. In her practice, she is dedicated to helping these populations with a high degree of sensitivity, cultural competency and literacy, taking away any need for the client to “educate” their therapist about the specific issues they face within their own identities and circumstances. Erin believes that her clients are the experts on their own lives, and her job as a therapist is to help them actualize their own goals, without making the hard work of therapy even more difficult.
“Our wounds are most often openings to the best and most beautiful parts of us.”
Out of Pocket Price
$120 per 50 minute session
Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal
Licensed to Practice In:
Issues that I Commonly Treat
Borderline Personality Disorder
Populations and Communities Served:
What services do you provide?
I provide a variety of services, including individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, relationship therapy, and sex therapy. I work with adolescents and adults.
What modalities do you typically use?
I have trained most extensively in the modalities of Internal Family Systems (IFS), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Gottman relationship therapy, emotions-focused therapy, narrative therapy, and systems theory. I focus on finding the right modality for the person or relationship system rather than attempting a one-size-fits-all approach.
What if I have conflicting identities?
Some of the hardest work that we do in society is to try to organize ourselves and our identities to fit in within ourselves and society. I have practice and expertise in holding space for multiple marginalized identities, and I hope that I can help you find ways to reduce inner-conflict and turmoil by using radical acceptance and compassion during our time together.