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Erin Eckenroad, MA

My name is Erin and I’m a 4th-year Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) student at Regent University. I’ve worked with both premarital and married couples and have developed a passion for helping couples succeed. I help couples reach their goals of improved communication, rebuilding trust, and increasing intimacy; all of which can be achieved through honest and safe conversation and techniques achieved in therapy. As a student, I thrive on learning and growing, so as couples learn and grow in the strength in their relationship, so do I in my competence as a clinician and future psychologist.

Mackenzie Collin, MA

My name is Mackenzie and I’m a doctoral clinical psychology student at Regent University.  I have a passion for helping people live fulfilling lives, overcome personal life challenges, and supporting clients to be the author of their own lives. I’m committed to walking alongside my clients to discover their values, voice, and individual differences that influence growth and change.  I have a compassionate, collaborative, and professional demeanor. In addition, I have experience working in various settings and with diverse populations to provide a breadth of therapeutic interventions.