Erin supports children, youth, and adults with mental health difficulties. She also supports people with cognitive and learning disabilities. She has worked in educational, hospital, and community health settings. Erin is passionate about supporting undergraduate and graduate students to adjust to new challenges, manage stress, and practice self-care. She has supported students as an intern counsellor in the University of Toronto Accessibility Services office.
Erin creates a caring, non-judgmental, and safe space for you to work through challenges. Erin believes that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to therapy, and that you are the expert of your life. She aims to create a therapeutic relationship built on trust. Erin can help you recognize your strengths and acknowledge your unique needs, priorities, and values.
Erin uses an integrative approach that draws on cognitive behavioural therapy and solution-focused therapy. She will help you set goals and develop the tools you need for long-lasting positive change.
Erin enjoys spending time outdoors and in the kitchen. She understands that her own self-care is vital to being present for you. She encourages you to develop your own self-care routine as part of the therapeutic process.
Master of Education in Counselling Psychology, University of Toronto (2019)
Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care, Ryerson University (2017)
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (University of Toronto)
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy & Counselling (University of Toronto)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Fundamentals Program (University of Toronto)
Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario