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Trauma and the Reporting of Undocumented Abuse: Erica Weinstein, MEd, NCC, LCPC


Erica Weinstein wants to live in a world where people move freely & in synchronicity with others, breathe mindfully, & learn from books & experiences.

As a well-grounded psychotherapist, she’s been practicing with members of the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan community for 20 years. Her blog posts are featured on Visiting Angels Home Care’s & Maryland Addictions & Recovery Center’s websites.

When she’s not challenging folks’ perspectives, stretching their imaginations, or calming their central nervous systems, you can find her extended in downward looking dog or melted in shavasana.

Her most recent collaboration (currently in progress) is co-facilitating a pilot program for those working in high stress environments to ease vicarious trauma related symptoms.

?Prior to launching her private practice, Erica was a school based mental health therapist at Patterson High School in Baltimore City, Maryland through employment with Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She has also held positions as a Child Targeted Case Manager, Child and Adolescent Mobile Therapist as well as a Family and Child Therapist, all part of the Community Psychiatry Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Erica has a Masters of Education in School Counseling from Loyola College of Maryland as well as post-graduate education at Johns Hopkins University to obtain certification as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). Erica also has certification as an Interdisciplinary Yoga Instructor from Omega Institute of Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, New York.

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