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In 1997, Eric and his wife Jaci decided to become foster parents. As they began to understand the needs of children who had suffered extreme trauma, Eric left the financial services industry and returned to school for his Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology. Since graduation from California Baptist University in Riverside, California, Eric has worked in the social services, with adults who were experiencing addiction, private practice, and program manager. Specializing in Attachment issues, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant disorders, Anxiety, and Depression, Eric brings a perspective of the parent, child, and therapist into each session. He firmly believes that every behavior has a reason, and the reason is to meet a need. His focus is to work with the child to meet the need in a healthy, positive way. Recently transplanted to southern Utah from southern California, Eric lives in the Cedar City area with his wife and five children.