Erik Eidenschink, MS, LPC
The world presents many challenges with varying degrees of intensity in peoples’ lives. I help people tap into their inner strength to walk their own uniquely challenging paths. I know change is possible for everyone because we are all strong, even if we sometimes cannot always be as strong as we hope to be. I will give you a space to work in with me that is free of judgment and full of compassion and understanding. Facing your innermost thoughts and feelings can be scary and overwhelming, but you do not have to do it alone.
Erik Eidenschink received his Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University (a CACREP accredited program) in 2016. He completed his practicum and internship working with underprivileged youth and adults in rural Southern Arizona. Through his training to obtain independent licensure, Erik has had intensive experience working with populations such as geriatric, chronic pain, seriously mentally ill youth and adults, and facilitating groups for substance abuse, expressive art therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy. Erik continues to attend training to stay sharp in his field and enjoys working eclectically with people on a wide range of issues such as depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationships, trauma, anger, LGBTQ+, and more.