Reclaim Your Joy!

 Empowering Women through Therapy

Serving NJ, DE, FL, & SC via telehealth

You Have the Potential to
Create the Life You Desire!

As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Montclair, NJ, I work with adult women who have challenges with anxiety, depression, and trauma. I welcome all, and also have a special passion for serving BIPOC women who desire to be seen, heard, and valued in the therapy space. My practice serves New Jersey, Delaware, Florida, and South Carolina via telehealth. 

Individual Therapy

I empower Millennial Women and Gen-Xers to regain hope, confidence, and desire.


Find out more about the events I have coming up to help Millennial and Gen-X women regain hope, confidence, and desire.

About Erika

Erika T. Kendrick, LPC is the owner of Erika T. Kendrick, LLC, a Montclair based therapy practice providing services to adult women who struggle with anxiety, depression and/or trauma. She has been working in the mental health field for 25+ years treating a wide range of individuals in both public and private sectors. 


“I consider Erika to be a generous, empathetic motivator and encourager. I recommend her... because she is positive, results oriented and ensures that her time with her clients are focused…”

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Erika T. Kendrick

Empowering women through therapy (Millennial and GenX)

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Located in Montclair, NJ

Serving NJ, DE, FL, and SC via telehealth

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