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. Through her fieldwork experiences, 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.
Erica’s dedication towards all women’s health topics, including pelvic pain, bladder and sexual dysfunction, and pregnancy and post-partum recovery, led her to take Herman & Wallace’s Pelvic Floor Level 1 course. She is excited to continue expanding her knowledge as a Pelvic Floor Therapist.
Erica is passionate about health, wellness, and physical activity. She has 5+ years of experience as a certified personal trainer and has 1 year of experience playing Division 1 softball. In her spare time, Erica frequently visits the dog park with her husky, Felipe, and is a member of two intramural sports teams.