"I am here so you can breathe a sigh of relief. You don’t have to feel helpless under the weight of your emotions".
Erin Hulon has no reviews yet! Be the first to leave a review!
I’ve been there...
Once again, holding back the tears and acting like everything is okay. Deep down you wish someone would see that you’re not. Maybe if people knew what you’ve been through they’d stop telling you to just think positive. When I finally got the help I needed I wanted to help others. I left my intended career to work in the field of animation after graduating from art school in Laguna Beach and got my M. S in Counseling from California State University Fullerton to be a Marriage and Family Therapist.
It was the best decision of my life because I discovered my true passion.
It's helping you.
No one should have to live through each day acting like “everything is okay“. That’s not okay! I learned there are a lot of ways to holistically improve these conditions. Healing the underlying trauma is a big part of it. During the process I provide a space for genuine emotional freedom, clarity and support so you can move forward to be the best version of you.
You deserve relief right now with someone gentle, safe and non-judgmental. I don’t believe clients need to be in counseling for years. I specialize in identifying and working through the sources of emotional pain, negative thought patterns and reactions that are often rooted in trauma. (EMDR) Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing, (RRT) Rapid Resolution Therapy treatments and (NLP) Neurolinguistic Programming techniques can provide deeper, more effective healing in addition to talk therapy.
I love hearing that deep sigh of relief when our conversation sheds some positive light on specific areas to clear up. My goal is to create a comfortable space to heal and have hope. Within the first visit I implement tools that provide my clients with a sense of clarity in understanding the roots of their issues. Not only do my clients feel understood but they understand themselves better as well. During this process I do my best to add a little humor to lift the spirit. Therapy doesn't always have to end in tears.
I felt inspired to become a therapist because I know what it is like to feel that sense of loneliness in depression that brings deep sadness, guilt, shame, anger (a general resentment towards life). I have experienced the helplessness that comes with anxiety and PTSD symptoms. Thank God there were people who helped me. When I found my calling to do this I was determined to study and provide the fastest, most effective treatments so people can get back to their life.