Erin Hadley

Board Secretary. Licensed clinical psychologist in private practice.

Dr. Hadley is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Center City Philadelphia. In 2012, she joined Women’s Therapy Center’s Board with a dedication to expanding access to high quality mental health services for women in the Philadelphia area. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Pennsylvania Hospital in the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Her fellowship training focused on perinatal mental health issues such as postpartum mood disorders and parent/infant attachment, and she provided consultation services to the Intensive Care Nursery, Maternal Fetal Medicine Department, and the Labor and Delivery Unit at Pennsylvania Hospital. Her research interests include decision-making regarding work/life balance, with a specialized focus on LGBTQ families.

At her private practice location, Dr. Hadley offers psychotherapy and assessment services to both adults and children. She is also the former Psychological Testing Director at a mental health clinic affiliated with Drexel University College of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry. Her practice is informed by relational-cultural and attachment models of therapy, and she works with patients to make meaning of their individual experiences within a broader socio-cultural framework.

Dr. Hadley has demonstrated a longstanding commitment to volunteerism and pro bono service, beginning with her work as a 2001-2002 Americorps volunteer at the North Shore Rape Crisis Center in Beverly, MA. During graduate training, Dr. Hadley worked internationally as consultant for organizations such as UNICEF and the International Rescue Committee to develop and evaluate post-disaster mental health services for children and families. Presently, she draws on her training in trauma and assessment to provide pro bono evaluation services to the Human Rights Clinic of HealthRight International.

Dr. Erin Hadley