Erin Witter is a Psycho-Spiritual Integration and Transformational Recovery coach. His focus is helping people to kindly look inward. Erin encourages clients to ask big questions, and to not be afraid to reach out for help. He is passionate about making a peaceful space for people to share their life’s challenges, frustrations and worries. He believes that this is how we engage in the conversations that become vehicles for life transformation.
Erin has been on an inward journey since he was very young. Throughout his life he has learned about himself and the world through travel, meditation, connecting with nature, writing, and his own transformational work. As a young adult Erin struggled to engage with others, and he learned to ignore and hide his emotions. Eventually it became easier to hide from himself and the world as an alcoholic. After reaching a breaking point, Erin achieved sobriety at age 47, but he ultimately found that there was still something missing. In 2021 he embarked on a spiritual journey that changed his life, a journey which continues to this day. As a result of these experiences, Erin gave up his corporate career and followed his heart’s true calling, which is to help others who struggle.
Erin is trained in the foundations of psychedelic therapy, and as a transformational recovery coach. Erin’s clients tell him that he has helped them find a simpler, more fundamental and fulfilling approach to life and relationships. For many people, this includes finding experiential causes for depression, anxiety or addiction, and discovering ways to heal those wounds. For others, it’s a matter of simplifying and de-cluttering their lives so that there are fewer things distracting them from who they really are.
When he’s not working, Erin cooks, runs, cycles, hikes, reads and writes.
“Home is not where you were born; home is where all your attempts to escape cease.” -Naguib Mahfouz
“All relationships are mirrors.” -Jiddu Krishnamurti