Erin has a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) and Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental).
To learn more about the lovely Erin Davis, read on …
I have previously worked in community and hospital settings providing both counselling and assessment services. These roles have had a strong focus on supporting perinatal clients, young children and families, as well as children with neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD, learning and intellectual disabilities.
Why do you like working with children and families?
I am a strong advocate for early intervention and firmly believe that helping parents develop a secure relationship with their child, and involving family systems to manage difficulties, can have a positive long-standing influence on the child’s development and a family’s overall sense of well-being.
What are your strengths?
From working closely with child health nurses I have developed a sound knowledge of community support services. Educating my clients and linking them in with these services may further assist with the various challenges having a newborn, toddler, or young child can bring; including feeding, sleeping, transitioning periods, and behavioural needs. “It takes a village!”
What do you like to do in your free time?
I love to bake, play and listen to music, and get outdoors- especially near the water.