Erinn Carpenter

Erinn specializes working with teens and tweens, men, women, and couples in a clinical setting.  She works extensively with individuals who are facing upcoming life changes, adjustments, grief, crisis and trauma, suicide prevention, divorce, and specialize with those in need of help with communication skills, forgiveness issues, teen intervention, blended family dynamics, and relationship-marriages and pre-marital concerns. She engages with individuals and couples by empowering them to make healthy life choices, teaching true forgiveness, proper grieving, building confidence and courage, setting boundaries, and aids in healing and moving forward with life. She also works with many professionals with a focus in self-care and balance, creating stronger leaders both personally and professionally. Erinn is also a Certified Prepare and Enrich facilitator utilizing the program and assessment for counseling couples.


  • Bachelors of Science in Psychology 

Erinn is currently completing her Master’s degree in Clinical mental health and in pursuit of licensure in New York State as a Clinical Mental Health Therapist. She received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology with an intense focus in crisis counseling and Christian counseling from Liberty University. She is also maintaining her continuing education through Light University for her Board Certification as an advanced Christian life coach. Erinn finds great pleasure studying the human brain and behavior within behavioral sciences.


  • American Association of Christian Counselors
  • International Board of Christian Care in Counseling, Coaching and Crisis Response
  • Prepare and Enrich Facilitator
  • Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling
  • Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
  • Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development 


  • Trauma/ Grief /Loss 
  • Crisis/Suicide
  • Marriage/Divorce
  • Blended families
  • Parenting
  • Teens/ Tweens
  • Health and Wellness 
  • Narcissism 
  • Healthy Sexuality 
  • Opioid Addiction

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