Erin Flynn is a graduate of Naropa University’s Somatic Counseling Psychology program. Most recently, she was working as a Clinical Therapist in the Boulder County Jail doing individual counseling and leading skills-based groups and trauma-informed yoga for men with mental health and addiction issues. Prior to that, Erin worked as a School-Based Therapist in Moab UT., her position was grant-funded and focused on supporting under-served youth in middle and high school.
She brings her years of dedication to learning about and teaching embodiment practices to AIM House. Erin is passionate about working with young adults in their transition into adulthood as a witness, guide, and educator. She uses movement, mindfulness, and a sense of play as a means to help young women and men cultivate a deeper sense of embodiment so they can navigate life’s struggles with inner-resources and ease. Erin is grateful to be a part of the process of transformation for it is rich rewards of life-affirming wholeness.
Erin enjoys all of the beauty Boulder and Colorado have to offer in her off time. She likes to hike, camp, and spend as much time outdoors as possible. She cultivates her own embodiment practices through dance, roller skating, and long-boarding.