Erin obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Trent University, and her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto.
Erin has experience working with clients of all ages recovering from various physical, cognitive and psychological impairments, including stroke, cancer, concussion, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, feeding/swallowing challenges, and hand injuries.
Erin is passionate about working in a client-centered manner, enabling clients to engage in the activities that they need, want and love to do. She enjoys working collaboratively with clients to identify strategies and treatment plans to support them in achieving their goals and to live a meaningful life.
Erin is dedicated to being a life-long learner and participating in continuing education courses to further enhance her clinical knowledge and skills. She has participated in various workshops related to suicide awareness, current best practices in concussion management and recovery, wheelchair assessment, motivational interviewing, coaching, memory/cognitive strategies post-stroke and chronic pain management.
In her free time, Erin enjoys spending time with family and friends, baking and spending time outdoors enjoying nature.