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Erika Krull, MSEd, LMHP
Erika has worked with families and individuals in a variety of therapy settings, including in-home treatment, outpatient counseling, and emergency assessment. When her two oldest daughters were young, Erika also experienced postpartum depression and premenstrual dysphoric disorder. This experience was the catalyst for Erika’s freelance writing career. Since then she's written content for PsychCentral, Greenbrook TMS, The Recovery Village, and several other mental health companies.
Mental Health Counseling
As a counselor, Erika worked with people from all walks of life. Grief and loss can strike at any time, and it's not always about death. Going through life changes always represents some level of loss as well as growth.
Administrative Support for a Church
Working at the front desk of a church meant involvement with funeral services. Connecting personally with the families helped the pastors create a compassionate experience for everyone.
Articles by Erika Krull, MSEd, LMHP (54)
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Communicate with kids and comfort them if they're stressed about COVID-19 with these tips. Continue reading
Discover how you can mentally prepare for and cope with financial loss during COVID-19, including... Continue reading
Discover some of the web's best grief forums, including forums that handle the death of a partner... Continue reading
Learn about traumatic grief, including its definition, how it works, and examples. Continue reading
Discover what inhibited grief is, how it works, and read some examples of this type of grief. Continue reading
Learn how to make an impossible or hard decision, including examples and tips. Continue reading