"Before people can learn something new, they have to end what used to be and unlearn the old way." -William Bridges
Erin Liebman received a B.A. in Psychology from Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA) in 2002. In 2005, she then earned an Ed.S degree in School Psychology from Lewis & Clark College (Portland, OR). By 2008, after developing an interest in reading interventions, Erin began the ME.d program in reading at Loyola University, which she completed in 2012. During this time, Erin sat for the National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exam, and after extensive supervised clinical hours, became a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.
Erin worked as a School Psychologist in the Park Ridge/Niles School District 64 from 2005-2015. In the fall of 2015, in order to focus on building a private practice, she began working part time as a School Psychologist with Futures Education Core. Erin teamed with three different charter schools within Chicago Public Schools. Most recently, she made the difficult decision to take a hiatus from the public school system, and pursue her private practice full time.