Erin grew up in Fort Collins, CO. She moved to Longmont in 2012, where she currently lives with her husband, Jim, and their four children. Erin has an intense love for both God and people. She uses a Christ-centered, eclectic approach to therapy based in psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and mindfulness theories. This combination allows Erin to explore with the client how past relationships and experiences have shaped current thinking and behaviors, giving them tools to navigate life together and facilitate inner healing through their relationship with God. Erin helps the client to discover and defeat strongholds in their life through uncovering lies that have taken root and the freedom producing truth of God as revealed through the Bible, the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and through prayer. Erin has helped many clients find success in translating understanding into action in their lives as they realize their true identity in Christ.
Erin graduated from CSU with a degree in Psychology and then went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary. Erin has more than 17 years of counseling experience in a variety of secular and Christian settings, including counseling clinics, a church counseling center, homes of high-risk families, residential adolescent group homes, and in private practice. Erin’s focus is on working with adult women of all ages, and couples.
Areas of Concentration:
- Grief and Loss
- Identity/ Self Worth
- Life Transition
- Marriage and Premarital Counseling
- Spiritual Formation
Erin Giveans is seeing clients by telehealth only!
Forms For Erin Giveans
New Client Intake Forms:
Please call our office to schedule your initial appointment. Once you are scheduled, you will get a link to join our client portal to fill out all necessary intake forms before your first appointment.