Empowering People to Heal from

Trauma & Anxiety

121 Rea Avenue 2nd fl

Hawthorne, NJ 07506

(201) 523-4048

email: erika@ehcounseling.org

 

 

The good news is, you don't have to feel like this forever. There are ways to get back to feeling good again and enjoying life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then I am here to help you! 

 

At some point or another, everyone has felt the need for extra support and it's nothing to feel ashamed of. 

 

After going through a tough time and struggling with anxiety or after experiencing a traumatic event, support is extremely important. 

 

It can be difficult to speak with family or friends about how you feel as you may wonder if they will understand or maybe, they too are struggling. 

 

This can cause anxiety/panic attacks, feelings of loneliness and isolation. 

 

It’s helpful to have a place where you can safely process what has happened, how you are feeling, and learn helpful techniques to overcome it.

 

Hi, I'm Erika Hernandez, MSW, LCSW

 and I'm here to help you ...

 

 

Looking for a therapist can be overwhelming  and I hope this is the first step to the beginning of a positive journey for you. 

I understand that anxiety and experiencing a traumatic or difficult event can cause one to struggle with many different emotions and can leave us feeling very alone.

With years of experience working with adults, couples, teens, and children who have experienced trauma or are struggling with anxiety, I understand the importance of the therapeutic relationship and the process of finding the treatment modality that works best for you. 

 

 

 

 

                              

 

I offer individual sessions for

adults,

adolescent,

and

children.

 

Specializing in trauma,

anxiety,

and

depression.

 

I am sure to find the right modality that fits your needs.

When to seek help for your Child

  • Do they seem nervous or on edge often?

  • Are they crying and refusing to go to school?

  • Are they complaining of headaches or stomachaches and doctors have ruled out any medical issues?

  • Are they isolating themselves or not engaging with family and peers as much as they used to? 

I get it, it can feel really uncomfortable to seek help for your child and sometimes leave you asking,"What am I doing wrong?"

Truth is, sometimes children just need an additional support.

Relationships are hard, especially with the regular day to day responsibilities of work, children, finances, and everything else in between.

 

With added stress or a traumatic experience, it can make things more challenging for couples.  It can start to negatively  impact communication, intimacy, and quality time together.  

 

I can help you work through those challenges and find healthy communication skills to help build your relationship to where you want it to be. 

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