Elizabeth Errico, Executive Director 

Ms. Errico has worked for nearly 20 years in the fields of psychological counseling, psychotherapy, and education. Ms. Errico has practiced as a psychotherapist in private settings, as part of hospital systems, as well as at non-profit organizations, she taught undergraduate psychology at Kean University for nearly a decade, and conducted consulting work to non-profit organizations regarding team building and internal communications. 

Ms. Errico brings this wealth of professional experience and skills to the role of executive director at JBRF. Additionally, Ms. Errico is the parent of a child with Thermoregulatory Fear of Harm Mood Disorder, giving her special insight into the struggles facing the patients and families JBRF seeks to serve. 

Ms. Errico earned a BA in psychology from Georgetown University along with an MA in psychological counseling and an Ed.M. in counseling and education from Columbia University, Teachers College. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and the National Board of Certified Counselors.