Erin Schaefer, MS, LMFT-S, LPCC-S

Erin joined ICFT after working as an administrator, supervisor, and clinician at a community behavioral health agency.  Her emphasis has always been on striving for the highest standards and ensuring people receive the best possible treatment.  In addition to her agency work, Erin has been Adjunct faculty at Ashland University for their Psychology Department for 10 years.

Erin is known for

  • her work with couples - particularly those who are struggling to disrupt their negative interactions and reconnect as friends and romantic partners
  • her work with children and adolescents and their families.  Erin brings longed for solutions to families, especially those with children and adolescents struggling with significant behavioral issues

Clients and colleagues appreciate Erin’s compassion, insight, use of humor, and ability to understand and address clients’ immediate concerns. Erin brings a wealth of experience and solutions to the therapy room. Erin charges $280 per hour.

In Erin’s own words, As human beings, we live to be in relationship with other people. Often, these relationships enhance our lives and make our experiences so much richer and more enjoyable! However, at times, we all experience the stress and strain of conflict with those we love. Navigating those conflicts and managing all of the emotions around these issues can be overwhelming at times. Each person may isolate in their own corner, allowing conflicts to fester.

As a therapist, my favorite part of therapy is working with people to unlock these struggles and learn how to reconnect in healthy, productive, very real ways. No solution is the magic bullet; each individual, family, and couple have their own path which leads to change. It is both humbling and such an honor to walk alongside others as they discover what works for them!

My goal is to help you figure out what works for YOU. Whether you seek individual change, family adjustment, or support to resolve issues as a couple, I will be with you every step of the way.”