Jack Erickson is a is a Behavioral Health Therapist in the Older Adult Program.
Working with patients with chronic pain, Jack provides individual counseling, facilitates group therapy, assists families with case management services to reintegrate the patient into their home and community, and helps to put together resources for aftercare. With experience working with diverse populations with diverse diagnoses, Jack is able to offer his patients and their families a calm, inviting, and nonjudgmental presence.
He came to Caron in 2021, after working in a partial hospitalization program facilitating group therapy for individuals with severe mental health diagnoses and co-occurring disorders for seven years. He also worked for five years with individuals with substance use issues who were on probation or parole. He is currently in a master’s program for clinical mental health counseling at Kutztown University, Pennsylvania.
He has a Bachelor of Arts in applied psychology from Penn State.
Working with older adults as they transition from one phase of their lives to another is rewarding as I see them find meaning in the present moment and move forward to rich and enjoyable lives in recovery.”