Erin provides professional training in intergroup-diversity dialogues, group dynamics, and decision-making to educational institutions, organizations, and community groups. Her interest is in assisting groups to create intersectional leadership teams to address issues of justice and equity, as well as supporting organizations to achieve group leadership goals. She also provides cosultation on the integration of arts-based processes into research, group work, strategic planning, and community needs assessment processes. Erin's experience includes 5 years of work with The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, where she trained professors in popular education pedagogy held within prisons and jails. As well, she led facilitation with The Inside-Out Think Tank, a peer leadership group inside Graterford Prison near Philadelphia. She has completed 20 hours of training in The University of Michigan model for Intergroup Relations (IGR) dialogues. As well, she completed a 160 hour Graduate Certificate in Transformative Social Therapy from Temple University. Erin graduated with a B.A. from Temple University in Adult and Organizational Development, a program that provides specialized, professional training in conflict resolution, group process facilitation, and adult education, for use in diverse business and community-based settings.
concerns of the group.”
“Great ability to help the group name & understand group process and group dynamics.”
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“I felt that Erin provided the right amount of tough love with respect and clarifying questions at the optimal times."
“Erin has a real gift with listening and relaying what she has heard in a way that makes the group feel like their voices were heard.”
“Erin was especially perceptive. She has the important skill of listening and gathering opinions within a group’s discussions and bring that back as one piece of related and understandable information.”
“I believe Erin was especially gifted in allowing the learning process to flourish. Many times she was able to revert the conversation to become a learning moment for the group.”