Lessons in Freedom and Empowerment
Dr. Erika Evans-Weaver obtained her PhD from Widener University in Human Sexuality and has her license in Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Evans-Weaver maintains a boutique private practice in Flourtown, PA. Prior to her private practice she founded an organization called Healthiher, that was dedicated to providing health education to women of color. She is currently also a full time faculty member serving as the Director of the Masters Program and Director of Field Experience at the Center for Human Sexuality Studies at Widener University.
Clinically, Dr. Evans-Weaver\'s practice specializes in working with individuals and couples confronting infertility, women establishing a new sense of their sexual selves and enhancing couples intimacy/communication along with addressing mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. She has been a practice for over 10 years.
Dr. Evans-Weaver’s research is focused on best practices for the training of clinical practitioners. Her work interests is related to ethics, intercultural competence in clinical settings, counseling implications for victims of trafficking and media influences on the identity development for women of color. Dedicated to providing assistance to victims of trafficking, she formed a network with other clinicians in PA who are invested in providing clinical assistance to victims in need.
Dr. Evans-Weaver has served on the State Board for the Pennsylvania Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (PAMFT) as a Regional Director since 2009.