Erica Albert (formerly Gebhart) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker focusing on helping individuals through their journey of self-exploration, healing, and self-love. She supports young adults and professionals through their journey to find meaning and direction in work and personal life through self-exploration and self-compassion.
Erica supports individuals through emotionally transformational work, including self-compassion, mind/body techniques for anxiety work, trauma recovery skills, shame resiliency, inner child work, self-acceptance, and forgiveness. An important part of her practice is helping her clients develop a deeper understanding of how their body plays a role in their mental health. Using Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Erica gives her clients the skills to heal wounds at a deeper level.
Erica received her MSW from Boston College and her BA in Psychology from Keene State College.
Trauma and toxic shame - There may be unexplained sadness, pain and anxiety. You may know what you want to do to change but you’re unsure why you can’t. You may be unsure where the shame is coming from and how to change your mindset
Anxiety and depression - Generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, fear and phobias, scared of taking steps to better your life, living on autopilot and unsure how to change things, unfocused and distracted with your life and direction
In-depth body emotional work - Currently in training program for certification in Body Centered Psychotherapy to work through traumas that lead to negative emotional and physical patterns. Uses somatic and energetic healing modalities to help overcome blocks
Mindfulness and guided imagery work - This allows you to dive deeper into your own experience without using intellect and your thinking mind. Breathing and body techniques are taught to help deal with overwhelming emotions that are hard to feel
Finding direction in life - Feeling lost, confused and unsure of where to turn. You may not be feeling support from family and friends and need more compassionate feedback. You may be overwhelmed, indecisive and getting pressure from others
Inner-child work - You may sometimes still feel like a child and you may have unresolved emotions from childhood. This uses a different approach to dive into your childhood and develop a more compassionate connection to yourself
Self-compassion and self-acceptance - You may be confused about how you got to this point in your life. We will develop this compassion and acceptance through support and connection. You can learn to better understand yourself and how you think/feel
Academic issues - Adjusting to college; managing developmental and emotional challenges in school; balancing schoolwork and personal life
Erica Albert is accepting clients using listed insurances, paying listed fees, or using health insurance out-of-network benefits other than:
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Frequency of sessions this provider offers to see clients once you are an established client.
Hartford Family Institute, 2017 - Present
Private Practice, Therapist, 2012 - Present
Justice Resource Institute Outpatient Clinic, 2007 - 2014
Children's Friend and Service, Intern, 2006 - 2007
Boston College, Master of Social Work, 2008
Keene State College, Bachelor of Psychology, 2006
"If one of my client’s family members is looking for a therapist referral, Erica is my first choice. Erica is extremely knowledgeable, as well as a kind and compassionate person."- Colleen Murphy Lucia, LICAS • February 2017
"Erica’s passion for doing this work is evident from the moment you meet her. She exudes kindness and compassion and truly cares about helping others find their true paths and the steps to get there."- Brandi Hamlin, LICSW • June 2017