Lyn-Lake Providers

Our psychotherapists bring a range of expertise to our strengths-based, relational, approach. With training and experience that spans addiction, art therapy, eating disorders, gender identity, mood disorders, sex therapy, EMDR, somatic-based psychology and beyond, each LLPW psychotherapist contributes a unique perspective to our varied therapy methods. It's that range of experience that helps our clients benefit from treatment that's as unique as they are.

Jade Erickson

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

I am a clinical social worker/psychotherapist who has spent over a decade working with individuals experiencing ongoing trauma.

I am a clinical social worker/psychotherapist who has spent over a decade working with individuals experiencing ongoing trauma. I assist individuals in feeling more connected with their bodies while addressing the impact of trauma on their lives, which can manifest in many ways. I am compassionate, empathetic, non-judgmental, and person-centered, and I am eager to bear witness to your journey. I practice radical acceptance with the individuals I work with. I believe that trauma is a part of our human experience, but so is hope and healing.

I specialize in working with individuals with anxiety, depression, and other mood concerns. I have worked with individuals experiencing homelessness, chemical abuse, sex work, and/or poverty. I am experienced in treatment modalities designed to assist individuals process trauma and abuse.

My approach to psychotherapy is adaptive to whom I am working with. I have training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness and Meditation, psychoeducation, Sensorimotor, amongst others. I am pursuing a Trauma Certification, where I continue to gain skills to use that will fit each person that comes in for help.

Our Team

It's our range of experience that helps our clients benefit from treatment that's as unique as they are.

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Understanding our relational  approach can give you a sense of how psychotherapy can help. Unlike counseling and other types of therapy, it takes a perspective that’s both deeper and broader. By focusing on emotions, it seeks to discover hidden pieces of who you are and then to understand how those pieces fit together.