Erin Bubla cultivates a nurturing and nonjudgmental environment for her patients, allowing them to openly share their past and present experiences, shedding light on the impact of substance use disorder on their lives and relationships.
Erin facilitates psychoeducation on substance use disorder and its associated topics in group and individual therapy. Her expertise lies in guiding individuals toward a future of recovery by identifying and leveraging their inherent strengths while honing essential qualities and skills to navigate their aspirations and interpersonal connections.
Central to her approach is the implementation of dialectical behavior therapy, which serves as a cornerstone for managing emotional dysregulation, acquiring resilience to withstand distress, and increasing effectiveness within interpersonal relationships. She also utilizes a variety of additional modalities to support her patients in their recovery journey.
Erin's paramount objective, both for herself and her patients, is the creation of a life of purpose and fulfillment, a life worth living.
Erin came to Caron as a primary therapist in 2023, bringing a wealth of experience spanning over a decade in addiction treatment facilities. Her background encompasses roles as a primary therapist in various treatment settings, ranging from detox centers to outpatient facilities, along with valuable experience as a program director. Her commitment to inclusivity is evident in her work with diverse patients, including those within the LGBTQIA+ community.
Erin Bubla is a licensed mental health counselor holding a Master of Science in counseling psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, Florida. She has also completed training in dialectical behavior therapy. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from the University of Central Florida, Orlando.