Erin Stine, MS, LCPC
“Erin enjoys working with individuals, young adults, couples, and groups by coming alongside people to assist them in finding deep healing. She possesses a deep faith and commitment to serving those in need. Erin has a wealth of experience with addictions, identity issues, life transitions, relational conflict, anxiety, depression, and spiritual issues. Erin has recently completed her training to become a supervisor to other therapists. She has fast become an asset to CentrePointe through her hard work and team player spirit.” – Matthew F. Raeder – MSW, LCSW-C, Clinical Supervisor
Erin earned her Master of Science degree in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University. She enjoys working with individuals, young adults, couples, and groups by coming alongside people to assist them in finding deep healing. Her previous career as a campus minister has given her insight into helping individuals through a variety of life issues. For the past three years, Erin has facilitated groups with people in early recovery from substance abuse. Erin has experience with addictions, identity issues, life transitions, relational conflict, anxiety, depression, and spiritual issues.
Tell us a little about yourself:
I love seeing things transformed: people, homes, etc
How do you like to spend your free time?
Loving spending time with my kids and husband.
Where is your favorite place in the world?
What’s the last book you read?
Healing the Father Wound
What’s your favorite movie?
Pride and Prejudice (BBC version)
What’s your favorite meal?
Anything with cheese and bread!
Who inspires you?
My husband Andrew, he is always striving to give the best of himself.
Use only three words to describe yourself:
Energetic, fun, compassionate
What inspired you to become a counselor?
I love talking to people.
What’s your favorite part of being a counselor?
Love watching people grow and change into more of their authentic self.
What’s the hardest part about being a counselor?
After termination, not hearing updates on my client’s lives. I become invested in their stories and want to hear about their successes.
What was your proudest moment as a CPC Counselor?
When I see a client go from utter despair to hope. That’s amazing! Many of my clients are in recovery from addiction and often have the biggest transformations. It’s a privilege to watch.
Use only three words to describe CentrePointe Counseling:
Caring, empowering, impactful