Therapist Profile

Elaine Ehrich, M.A.
Professional Title:
2222 Watt Avenue, Ste. D-6 Sacramento, CA 95825-0506
(916) 712-3550
License Number
Practicing Since:
Additional Licenses:

Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
I have worked as a psychiatric registered nurse most of my career. I also worked in medical surgical areas and with parents, their babies, and infants as a registered nurse. For the last two years I have worked as a licensed marriage family therapist in the Lodi and Stockton areas. I have only recently returned to Sacramento to being working as a therapist. My practice includes working with families, children, teens, couples, individuals, and others on improving relationships which are troublesome. The therapy may focus on managing the stressors in your life, improving communication, relieving depression or anxiety, grief counseling, helping folds manage their anger and express feelings more assertively, pre-marriage counseling, couples therapy, or family therapy. I have facilitated three years of parenting classes in San Joaquin County for clients, done countless sessions of play therapy, and sandtrays for most issues including abuse. I am also qualified to do EMDR. I collaborate with clients to find their preferences for the type of theory orientation they like and take these into consideration if formulating a treatment plan with them. I do a lot of work with victim of crimes. I offered help through spiritual guidance when this is appropriate and wanted by my clients.

About My Practice

Office Hours
Mostly Evening Hours, Some Weekend May be Possible
Grief Counseling, Couples Treatment, Victim of Crime, Stress Management, Pre-marriage Counseling, Behavioral Issues of School Age, Depression, Parenting, Play Therapy,k SandTray, EMDR, Anger Management, Family Treatment, Anxiety
Blue Shield, Private Pay, Victims of Crime
Credit Cards Accepted
Free Initial Consult
Offers Teletherapy


M.A., Counseling Psychology, National University, 1998

Area of Specialty



Theoretical Orientation
Languages Spoken
Caucasian (Non-Hispanic)


All of the information contained on this page has been provided to CAMFT/Counseling California by the therapist described herein. Neither Counseling California nor CAMFT has reviewed, investigated, or evaluated the authenticity, accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein. Neither nor CAMFT makes any representations as to the qualifications, competence, or employment status license/registration of those listed and does not recommend or endorse the services of those listed.

This site may contain links to other Internet sites or an email address. Such links are provided for the convenience of the user and does not endorse, approve of or make any warranties or representations as to accuracy of the information contained in any site to which any user may be linked. Persons or entities using any of the links or emails addresses contained herein do so at their own risk.

Email should be used with caution. Email is not a confidential medium and should not be expected to be confidential. Users who share their email addresses with others may receive viruses and other unintended consequences.

Featured Therapist 

Linda Crossley, M.A.
Linda M. Crossley, M.A.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Irvine, CA

I know it can be scary to reach out for help, especially in a culture that tells us we should be able to solve our problems on our own and, if we can’t, there is something wrong with us. Well, I’m here to challenge that culture that values independence more than interdependence, because as humans we are designed to be connected with others in relationships. And sometimes the first relationship that needs our focused attention is the one we have with ourselves in order to ‘show up’ in our relationships with others.

View Profile

Find a Therapist