Erin Morgan worked with CVT from 2007-2014 before going into private practice. In her role as a CVT headquarters-based International Services Clinical Consultant for DRC and the PATH Project, she brought direct field experience from a year in Pweto, Democratic Republic of Congo, where she was a CVT psychotherapist/trainer. Before joining CVT, Erin worked as a therapist at Meta Resources in St. Paul. As part of her doctoral work at the University of Minnesota she collaborated on a research/capacity-building project in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and participated in an NIMH-funded project implementing a parenting intervention for Latina single mothers. Previously, Erin worked as a therapist with children, couples and families at Inova Kellar Center and the Center for Family Services in Virginia, and at two domestic violence programs in Georgia. She participated in a number of research projects, including: AddHealth Adoption Research Project, Virginia Adolescent Resiliency Assessment Project, Domestic Violence in the Military Project, Child Sexual Behavior Inventories, and Psychopathy and Fearlessness Study. Erin received her PhD in 2015 from the University of MN in the Family Social Science Program, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy, her MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Virginia Tech, and her BA from Tufts University.