MEET DR. ERICA
Dr. Erica Gergely
As a mental health expert and speaker, Dr. Erica has a passion for educating and raising awareness about mental wellness. In particular, she strives to bring the important conversation of mental health to the workplace - whether that be in the office, c-suite, field, or home. Her approachable style allows her to have courageous and challenging conversations that can drive meaningful change. Through her presentations, she integrates research-based principles such as mindfulness, cognitive-flexibility, and positive psychology to teach practical tools for mental well-being. Her ultimate goals for each speaking engagement are to capture the audience, impart useful knowledge, teach practical skills, and generate laughs along the way. She believes that mental health should not be overlooked in any setting, and it is her mission to spread this message wherever she goes!
stable living, llc
Dr. Erica has a small tele-therapy practice, Stable Living, LLC, that serves clients residing in Michigan and Indiana. Through Stable Living she works with clients of all ages to treat anxiety and depressive disorders, bipolar disorders, trauma and stressor-related disorders, as well as other mild and moderate mental, emotional, and social concerns. Her approach to clinical intervention is often technically eclectic and always theoretically consistent within a CBT framework, and she is committed to use of evidence-based practices.
Background & Training
Dr. Erica completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Western Michigan University. She also earned a master’s in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, NY. After earning her degrees, she pursued a unique and robust professional path spanning from inpatient to outpatient settings and from adult forensic hospitals to adolescent partial-hospital programs where she had the privilege to treat young children through older adults living with various diagnoses ranging from depression and anxiety to borderline personality disorder and PTSD.
She currently lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband and two boys.