Erin Ramsey, M.A.
Predoctoral Psychology Trainee
Erin Ramsey received a master of arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary, where she is currently in the process of completing a master of arts degree in Theology and a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. Ms. Ramsey holds two Bachelor of Science degrees from Southern Nazarene University in Sociology and Psychology, where she graduated magna cum laude. Her doctoral research examines the microaggressive experiences of LGBTQ+ students at Evangelical universities and colleges. Ms. Ramsey has experience working with clients across the lifespan in a variety of settings including university counseling centers, community mental health organizations, private practices, and inpatient psychiatric units. Her clinical experiences include depression, anxiety, life transitions, couples therapy, trauma, and severe mental illness. In addition, Ms. Ramsey has conducted personality, career, and child neuropsychological assessments. She has a special interest in working with those struggling with issues of sexuality, faith, and spirituality. Ms. Ramsey is a member of the Oklahoma Psychological Society and the Southwest Psychological Association.