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The Burnout Professor's Official Bio

Erica Cuni, LMFT, CIMHP, also known as "The Burnout Professor," is a leading Integrative Mental Health Therapist, Keynote Speaker, and Fellow Burnout Survivor who’s impacted 10,000+ people through her workshops, keynotes and virtual talks. With almost 20 years in the mental health field, she is on a mission to empower people worldwide with the life-changing skills to successfully end chronic stress and burnout.


Most recently, Erica was named one of, “The 22 Leaders to Learn from in 2022,” inspired the most-listened-to mental health tip on the Leadership Coaching App, “Bunch,” and was featured in NBC News, Refinery29, Well+Good, and Aveda Means Business.


When Erica is not working, she can be found outside with her dog Bear, spending time with family, or visiting another farmer's market. Join her community at

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