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Erin has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology (B.Sc. Hons), a master’s degree in Neuroscience (M.Sc.), and has worked in clinical research in both Canada and the United States. She completed her master’s in Occupational Therapy (MOT) at McGill in 2012 and is a member of l’Ordre des Ergothérapeutes du Québec (OEQ) and the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT).
Erin’s approach is client-centred and holistic, evaluating all spheres of her client’s life. She focuses on how her clients currently function in their daily lives, and how to best help them achieve their goals, independence, and return to their usual activities. This approach allows her to evaluate not only physical limitations, but also other aspects affecting recovery, such as pain, anxiety, sleep, and mental health.
In the clinic, Erin works with a wide variety of clients, ranging from individuals injured at work (CNESST) or in a road accident (SAAQ) to ergonomics, body mechanics education, and home/work office assessments. She can also be seen for individual needs assessments to determine if further treatment sessions are warranted.
As well as her clinical practice, Erin is currently affiliated with McGill University, where she is a research coordinator at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy.
Erin grew up on Vancouver Island in British Columbia and spent most of her youth training and competing in equestrian show jumping and downhill skiing. She is also an avid swing dancer and a member of several performance dance troupes in the Montreal area.