Erica Laub – MSW, LGSW
Mental Health Professional
Erica Laub has been a clinician for 6 years and, in that time, has worked with kids, teens, families, and adults. Across varying ages and settings, Erica makes it a priority to show her clients unconditional positive regard and to remain client-centered in her work. She believes that navigating all of these new COVID-related stressors and transitions can be challenging and reaching out for solutions, even on a short-term basis, can be helpful.
So many clients come to therapy with negative self-talk – listening to the negative voice in their head. She takes a strengths-based approach to examine this negative voice and partner with clients to develop skills to support any challenges in life. Erica is especially skilled in working with clients who have a history of trauma; kiddos who have challenging behaviors, anxiety, and/or difficulties adjusting to stressors and school; women with depression; moms experiencing any number of challenges; and focusing on strengthening family systems and supports.
Erica has partnered with clients in hospital pediatrics, children’s mental health, crisis intervention, and behavioral health rehabilitation. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Oklahoma and Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Minnesota. Erica sees clients via telehealth in order to improve access to mental care and help you overcome barriers to seeing a clinician.
- MSW - University of Minnesota
- BA - University of Oklahoma
- Licensed Graduate Social Worker