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I began my healing journey after suffering from gut and mental health issues for over a decade. I saw doctor after doctor, who continued to prescribe me medications instead of identifying the root causes of my symptoms. 

After crying in more doctor parking lots than I can remember, I decided to take my health into my own hands. I knew that I was disconnected from my body, my true self, and what I wanted in life. And, although I was feeling overwhelmed, lonely, and directionless, I also knew deep down that I had the ability to heal. 

After so many years battling chronic depression, anxiety, leaky gut, bloating, food sensitivities, and debilitating brain fog, it became my only goal to feel good in my body.

So, I did a complete overhaul of my life: I started slowing down, working on a farm, and managing my stress. I began learning about food as medicine and how to heal from the inside out via diet and lifestyle changes. I also found an incredible functional medicine provider who helped me to understand my symptoms from a whole-body approach to wellness. 

These days, I continue to be committed to my health because I know what it feels like to not have it. Healing is just as much an emotional journey as it is a physical one, and I had a lot of work to do around learning to love, trust, and respect myself and my body. It's a life-long process and one that has led me to the work I'm most passionate about today.

About Erin 

My Work

After working as a therapist and certified health coach for many years, my primary focus is now helping other women heal mind and body, find their inner voice, and step into their most authentic lives. This work revolves around identifying conditioning, emotional blockages, and limiting beliefs that hold us back from creating the life we truly desire. I incorporate mindfulness, meditation, and embodiment work to support the process of reconnecting to the body.
I love working with other female wellness entrepreneurs and run group coaching for those seeking support, community, and business mentorship along the way. I also design wellness courses and content for entrepreneurs and provide freelance services in this area. I am a life-long student, and am fascinated by neuroscience, the mind-body connection, and various holistic healing modalities. These days you can find me planning my dream farm with my husband in Asheville, NC and chasing my fur and feathered babies. I hold a Masters in Social Work from UNC Chapel Hill and obtained my coaching certification through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.