Erica Aborlleile, MS, OTR/L
Erica is an Occupational Therapist with a particular passion for pelvic floor therapy, violence prevention advocacy, return to intimacy, pre & post-partum care, and sexual health for all genders. Erica has taken Herman & Wallace Level 1A, 2B & the Male Pelvic Floor Function & Dysfunction Course with the goal of being a Certified Pelvic Rehab Practitioner through Herman & Wallace, the gold standard in pelvic floor therapy. Erica is currently working with Spear to spread awareness about pelvic floor therapy to college campuses and to improve outreach for victims of sexual assault.
Erica earned her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Seton Hall University. As President of Seton Hall’s Student Occupational Therapy Association, Erica coordinated a professional lecture series on trauma informed care to her peers and helped advocate for a diversity coalition on campus. During her fieldwork, she was able to provide care to a diverse population of patients, including but not limited to: oncological, neurological, pediatric, and orthopedic. Prior to Seton Hall, Erica graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Rutgers University-New Brunswick, where she was an active member of a sexual violence prevention organization on campus. Additionally, she has 5+ years of experience as a certified personal trainer and 1 year of experience playing Division 1 softball. In her spare time, Erica frequently visits the dog park with her husky, Felipe.