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Erin Berzins, PhD

Antioch University Seattle

Dr. Erin Berzins is a professor and a licensed mental health counselor.  Erin received a bachelor of arts degree from Seattle University, and her master’s and doctorate degrees from Antioch University Seattle.  Erin’s academic and research interests include student efficacy, feedback receptivity, and integrating mental health into work outside of the traditional setting.  In her clinical work, Erin works primarily with adolescents and has a background which includes work with at-risk youth, eating disorders, trauma, personality disorders, and group counseling.

Educational History

PhD, Counselor Education and Supervision, Antioch University Seattle
MA, Counseling, Antioch University Seattle
BA, Criminal Justice, Seattle University

  • Berzins, R. E. W. (2019). Helping students accept critical feedback. 50-minute workshop presented to the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision: Seattle, WA.
  • Berzins, E., Byrd, M., & Sano, K. (2018, November). The commoditization of the degree: The influence of consumer culture on students in the classroom. 50-minute roundtable presented to the Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Santa Rosa, CA.
  • Wenzel, E. & Ward, C. (2014, March). Counseling adventure sports participants: More than “adrenaline junkies.” 60-minute workshop presented to the American Counseling Association conference, Honolulu, HI.
  • Wenzel, E. & Ward, C. (2013, November). Adventure sports counseling: Strategies for critical response and resiliency. 60-minute workshop presented to the Washington Counselors Association conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Member, American Counseling Association
  • Member, Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

Core Faculty,

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

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