About Erica Boschman, Masters Program, Intern Therapist
Have you ever found yourself pondering the intricacies of grief, wondering if your grieving process is 'right'?
Are you currently navigating the aftermath of a traumatic event, seeking guidance on how to forge ahead in this altered reality?
Perhaps you're grappling with the profound pain of disenfranchised grief, like the unacknowledged sorrow of infertility?
Or maybe you're weighed down by the burden of depression and anxiety?
Are you in the midst of untangling the complex emotions stemming from a church or religious upbringing?
These experiences can be profoundly challenging and overwhelming, often difficult to navigate alone. As a graduate-level intern with a background in pastoral ministry and pastoral care, I consider it an honor to provide a supportive presence for individuals as they journey through life's highs and lows. I am deeply committed to creating a safe and respectful space for everyone to process and make sense of their pain, grief, and uncertainty. I take pride in assisting those who have been wounded by life's trials, helping them move toward meaningful personal growth.
In my therapeutic approach, Erica places a primary focus on Emotionally Focused therapy, collaborating with you at your own pace. My goal is to ensure that your experiences are never minimized and that your beliefs are always honored. Together, we'll embark on a journey that aligns with your values and personal aspirations.
I have a special passion for working with and supporting youth, individuals, and couples who are facing religious trauma, undergoing faith deconstruction (the profound reexamination of one's faith), wrestling with depression, anxiety, grief, infertility, or significant life transitions.