Our Therapists


Erica Meyers, Ph.D.

Erica Meyers is a licensed psychologist who graduated from Columbia University and earned her doctorate at the University of California at Berkeley.  Dr. Meyers uses a mix of traditional and modern therapies to help her clients improve their lives.  She works primarily with adults, many of whom have problems with depression and anxiety, supporting their efforts to understand themselves and to make positive changes to their emotions and their behavior.  Dr. Meyers’ years of work as a custody evaluator have given her a deep understanding of how and why marriages and families succeed and fail.  She specializes in helping people to navigate relationships, marriage and divorce, and also to cope with other difficult life transitions in education, career, and relocation.
Contact: EMeyers@ibhnola.com

Schedule an appointment with Dr. Meyers


Karen Pellerin, Ph.D.

Dr. Karen Pellerin is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and healthcare training consultant with over 20 years of experience. She earned her masters and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and completed her clinical internship at Louisiana State University Medical School in New Orleans. Dr. Pellerin is listed on the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. Her areas of clinical expertise include cognitive behavioral treatments for anxiety and mood disorders, behavioral management strategies, and evidence-based child and adolescent treatment interventions and parenting strategies.

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 areasx Erin Stevens, LPC

Erin is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been working with children, families and adults since 2010.  Erin specializes in Infant Mental Health and working with mothers with perinatal and postpartum disorders. Erin utilizes play and creative arts in her practice to enhance Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy principles. Erin has experience in developmental assessments of infants and children, working with the homeless, working with parents involved with DCFS and community-based work with Schizophrenia, Depression, Anxiety, Agoraphobia, Bipolar and PTSD.

Erin grew up in northeast Ohio where she obtained her Bachelors of Arts in Sociology from Youngstown State University. Erin then moved to Pittsburgh, PA where she earned her Masters of Science in Infant Mental Health Counseling Psychology and began her work with mothers and their infants. Erin has been living and practicing in the New Orleans area since 2014.

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