Project Description

Have you ever said to yourself, part of me feels one way, but part of me feels another? If so, you are not alone. I believe that through each of our experiences, parts are created to help us manage our emotions and keep us safe. Through therapy, we can get to know those parts and improve your relationship with them. It is through that process that I believe healing and change occurs.

Eric brings an authentic soft-heartedness, curiosity, and acceptance for each of his clients and the parts they bring in. Eric believes a sense of safety and trust is the foundation of any therapeutic relationship. He collaborates with his clients to build a non-judgmental space where they feel safe to process past and present experiences at a pace his clients are comfortable with. Every part of you is welcome in that space.

Areas of Focus:

Eric’s clinical areas of interest include working with adolescents and adults from diverse backgrounds in individual, relationship, and family counseling. He has experience and expertise in working with depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, life transitions, relationship issues, and issues around sexual and gender identity. Eric also has an interest in and welcomes working with clients who are interested in or living in the kink and consensually non-monogamous communities.


Eric received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from DePaul University. He earned his master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Child and Adolescence from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Eric is completing his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Adler University. He completed his doctoral internship at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in August 2020.

His dissertation is titled: Is Monogamy the Only Way? A Study on Attachment Styles and Relationship Satisfaction Among Gay and Bisexual Men Who Participate in Non-Monogamous Relationships.