Erin completed a Bachelor of Speech Pathology at Latrobe University graduating in 2003. She has gained a wealth of experience in various settings including the public hospital sector, Early Intervention and Community Health.
Erin has a strong foundation in early childhood development and has worked within a multidisciplinary team for the majority of her career. She has extensive experience working with developmental language disorders, articulation and phonology disorders, stuttering in children and global developmental delay. Erin is trained in PECS, the Paediatric Feeding Education Program, Hanen It Takes Two to Talk and the Lidcombe Program. She is a member of Speech Pathology Australia and participates in the Professional Self-Regulation Program.
Erin is a warm and engaging Clinician, who enjoys getting to know each child’s unique personality. Erin uses play, music, art & craft and games as part of her therapy sessions. She invites parents to participate in all aspects of the child’s sessions and provides practical and functional strategies for the home setting.