Eric Stein, MA, LPC
Eric received his Master’s Degree in Human Growth and Development Counseling from Bradley University. Eric offers counseling with adolescents and adults facing: depression, anxiety, grief, disruptive behavior, academic issues, developmental disabilities and other persistent mental illness. He is especially interested in working with individuals displaying challenging behavior due to difficulty with anger, and has extensive experience working with individuals navigating through disabilities.
As a teacher Eric taught mathematics, coached multiple sports, served as union president, and worked as a consultant for school districts failing to meet state standards. He worked as a Level Five foster care provider for children with severe emotional and developmental dysfunction including: Conduct Disorder, PTSD, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Autism, and Visual Impairment. Eric served as a Mental Health Professional in the county jail system providing assessment and counseling for inmates. He is currently working as an Inpatient Case Manager and Recreational Therapist where he provides assessments and treatment interventions for adults and adolescents in the hospital setting.