Dr. Erin Procacci, Licensed Psychologist



I can assure you that I will do all that I can to help you achieve your goals. My approach is respectful, compassionate, and collaborative. We will identify your strengths and resiliency and build upon those to work toward improving your life. I find great importance in both normalizing rather than pathologizing mental health-related concerns and looking at how environment might impact difficulties that arise. To this end, I believe it is extremely important to consider systemic issues (e.g., relationships, family, work, etc.), as opposed to looking for a solution exclusively within an individual.

I work from an integrative perspective, which has been extremely helpful in working with a wide range of clients. Adapted based on the changing needs of my client, the intervention techniques I use include cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, experiential, affective, and systemic. 

I commend you for taking this important step and look forward to hearing from you. Working together, progress, growth, and clarity are possible.



  • Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, University of Miami
  • M.A. in Education and Human Development, George Washington University
  • B.A. in Psychology, American University


Clinical Training:


  • 50-Hour Intensive Training in Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy (Florida Licensing Board-approved Workshop)
  • Nova Southeastern University [Postdoctoral Residency] (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
    • School Psychology Assessment and Consultation Center
    • Crisis Prevention & Intervention
  • South Florida State Hospital [APA-approved Predoctoral Internship] (Pembroke Pines, FL)
  • University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital (Miami, FL)
    • Adult Outpatient/Inpatient
    • Adolescent Outpatient/Inpatient
  • University of Miami, Institute for Individual and Family Counseling (Coral Gables, FL)
  • The Women’s Center, Community Mental Health Center (Vienna, VA)
  • George Washington University, Community Counseling Services Center (Washington, DC)




  • Dr. Procacci has published and/or presented in the areas of: social and interpersonal relationships; goal pursuit; well-being; stress management; mental health promotion; children and trauma; addiction; and suicide prevention.


Current/Recent Positions:

  • Managing Member, ProCare Wellness, LLC
  • Licensed Psychologist, Florida Board of Psychology
  • Co-Investigator & Coordinator, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA)-funded Campus Suicide Prevention Grant at Nova Southeastern University (NSU)
  • Adjunct Faculty, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at NSU
  • Advisory Board, The Ganley Foundation (local non-profit)
  • Membership & Early Career Psychologist Chair, Broward Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association