Erika Evans-Weaver, Ph.D., LMFT
Assistant Clinical Professor; Coordinator of Field Experience; Director of M.Ed. Programs
B.A. French and Spanish, West Chester University
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy, La Salle University
M.Ed.; Ph.D. Human Sexuality, Widener University
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Specialty Areas: Sexuality in the face of infertility (individually and as a couple), sexuality across the life span, positive sexual identity development of women of color, sexuality and chronic and catastrophic illnesses, sexual fantasies as a treatment tool.
Courses: HSED 592: Concepts in Human Sexuality; HSED 593: Behavioral Foundations of Human Sexuality; HSED 695/696: Practicum in Sexuality Education; HSED 588: Sexuality in Communities of Color.
Career Summary: Dr. Evans-Weaver began her career doing translations for an internet music company. She spent 6 years with this company before moving into the mental health field. Within the mental health field she spent 3 years with Community Behavioral Health while working on her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Post graduation she moved on to the Center for Families and Relationships where she worked as a clinician full time and acted as the Quality Assurance Director. After spending 3 years with this organization, she continued to work with families as a School Based Behavior Care Clinician through Northern Homes for Children. This afforded her the opportunity to enhance her clinical skills by employing systemic approaches in a different way. During her time at NHFC, she opened a private practice in Flourtown, PA. While building her practice, she ventured into teaching and became an adjunct for local universities including Philadelphia University, La Salle University, Montgomery County Community College and Cabrini College teaching various courses related to Psychology. Dr. Evans-Weaver joined the Widener faculty Fall 2012.