Erin Przylucki

Meet Erin Przylucki

Mobile Mama Counselor, CMHC Intern

Erin is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling student at Antioch University Seattle where she is earning her master’s degree with a certificate in Trauma Counseling. Erin uses a trauma-informed, integrative approach that draws from Internal Family Systems, polyvagal theory, somatic theories, mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Erin is passionate about social justice and her approach to counseling includes advocacy to empower individuals and families as they navigate complex and often oppressive systems.

Being a newer mama herself, Erin decided to focus her clinical work where her head and heart already are. She understands the emotional turbulence that the perinatal period can bring, and believes all people deserve support throughout this massive transition. Building on her education, she is continuing her training in perinatal mental health.

Erin is originally from upstate New York and lived in Vermont, Colorado, and New York City before moving to Washington State about a decade ago. She and her now-husband moved to Bellingham in 2021 and love exploring the local trails on foot and on bike with their toddler daughter and toddler pup.

A Note from Erin:

I welcome all parts of you without judgment. As we work together, I consider the joys and difficulties within their larger context, exploring familial, cultural, societal, and systemic dynamics at play. My approach is trauma-informed, meaning I work to provide physical, psychological, and emotional safety for both client and counselor to promote healing and growth.