Erin is an alum of the Clinical Psychology PhD program and continues to collaborate with the lab on research projects. She currently has a private practice in Dupont Circle, and in her clinical work she provides psychotherapy to individuals and families with a broad range of presenting problems. She primarily treats young adults, and takes an ecological approach to understanding clients' diverse identities, experiences, and needs. Her research interests center on peer attachment, support, anxiety, and adolescent suicide. In addition to her work with the CUA Family Research Lab, she has contributed to studies at the Georgetown Culture and Emotion Lab, the USUHS Laboratory for the Treatment of Suicide-Related Ideation and Behavior, and the Perception, Affect, and Cognition (PAC) lab at CUA. She is currently working toward publication of her research on adolescent suicide and peer attachment, which will be presented at the upcoming Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT).