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Erin Lingle
MA, LMFT

“I want to help people grow, heal, work on their stuff, and take responsibility. I want to help people become more their true selves. Not a better version, but the powerful essence of them that’s already there below the things that get in the way.”

For Erin, couples therapy is a no-nonsense process that cuts to the chase and gets to the work. She combines a generous heart with a commensurate focus on personal growth and a determination to see things through. Erin pulls for her couples. She wants them to grow and has a deep faith that they can. Erin brings to the work her background as a youth mentor and advocate, spiritual coach, and community mental health therapist. She and her spouse of 23 years work together to create a beautiful home in which to raise three amazing children.


Ask me about: the Philadelphia Eagles

Ever since I was young, I've been: singing at the top of my lungs

Favorite Quote: “It is easy to love the people far away. It is not always easy to love those close to us. Bring love into your home, for this is where our love for each other must start.” — Mother Teresa

Favorite kind of couples: the ones who show up to do the work (and have a sense of humor!)


Credentials

MA in Marriage and Family Therapy – Antioch University New England
Gottman Method Therapy – Level I and II
Pragmatic Experiential Couples Therapy - trained by Brent Atkinson
Clinical member of the Association for Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT)
Member of New England Association for Family and Systemic Therapy (NEAFAST)