Life does not go as planned and we often find ourselves without the tools or the blueprint to move forward in order to create a new future. Through both personal and extensive professional experience, Erin has seen the resilience, strength, and growth that come from the most challenging circumstances. Utilizing compassion, kindness, and sometimes humor, Erin will help you move forward and build the new future you desire. She approaches her work with the upmost professionalism and considers it an honor to be part of the transformative, difficult, and often beautiful healing process her clients go through.
The journey through counseling is an individualized process. Every person or family is unique with different presenting circumstances.
At Foundations Counseling, Erin Hadlow works with a variety of clients who seek services including:
- Marriage and Couples Counseling – attachment, intimacy, affair recovery, divorce recovery, second marriages, sexual issues
- Children, Adolescents, and Teens – anxiety, effects of divorce, parenting issues, blended families, step-family issues, multigenerational counseling, abuse, trauma, PTSD, creative therapies including sand-tray and play therapy
- Individual Counseling – sexual abuse, trauma, empowerment, self-worth issues, abandonment issues, social anxiety, panic attacks, fears, phobias
- Family Relationships – co-parenting counseling, parenting challenges, blended family, multigenerational families, divorce, custody issues in families
Erin Hadlow received a Master of Arts Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology with a minor in Psychology and emphasis in Criminal Justice. Erin is a Bowenian therapist with a systems based approach. She is also trained in Trauma–Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF–CBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Sand-Tray and Play Therapy.
Erin Hadlow has over twenty years of experience working in the Human Services field. She has extensive experience working with families, teens, children, and those who have experienced trauma. She spent four years coordinating the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Victim Services Team and has seen first-hand the effects of horrific trauma. She spent several years running a sexual abuse crisis hotline helping individuals and families move forward in their journey. She additionally spent another ten years working with children, families, and individuals who had experienced abuse and trauma in different settings.
Erin Hadlow grew up in Colorado and Pennsylvania and loves the Northern Colorado Community. She enjoys reading, dancing, spending time with her family, exploring this beautiful state, and creating new adventures while holding space for family traditions.