Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)
Erin obtained a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) from Griffith University. She has a strong interest and passion for supporting children, adolescents and young adults achieve their goals through implementing individualised, family-centred and holistic intervention plans. Erin has experience working with clients who have experienced behavioral and social challenges, sensory processing difficulties and developmental delays. Erin works with clients in a client-centred, evidence-based, theory-driven and occupation-centred manner.
Erin has had clinical placements in school settings and with Children’s Health Queensland child and adolescent mental health system. She has had the opportunity to travel and volunteer with children in Peru. Erin also completed an honours research project that involved a community of practice with acute hospital occupational therapists.