Erin A. Lowry is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who brings to the University of Arizona Law Clinics her broad experience in the behavioral health field. During her career, Ms. Lowry has performed as a clinical supervisor, psychotherapist, substance use disorder counselor, case manager and crisis worker. Ms. Lowry has experience in inpatient, residential and outpatient treatment settings. She has served on multidisciplinary teams with judges, attorneys, probation officers and child protection agency workers on juvenile drug court and family treatment drug court collaborative efforts. Ms. Lowry has also assisted with program development and revision of policies and procedures for behavioral health agencies. She has experience in treating a range of concerns including, but not limited to: trauma, substance use disorders, depression, anxiety, sexual health concerns and relationship issues.
Ms. Lowry decided to enter the field of Social Work after volunteering for and working at Domestic Violence agency where she developed a passion for working with survivors of domestic abuse. From this experience, she decided to enter the field of behavioral health and began her track of becoming a Social Worker and psychotherapist.
Currently, in addition to her position as a Social Work Fellow and Field Instructor for the Domestic Violence Law Clinic, she also is the owner of a private practice in Tucson, Arizona, and works as a Field Liaison and Faculty Associate at Arizona State University.