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Erin Henry
Psychologist

“I am dedicated to assisting individuals to clarify what’s truly important to them and using this to individually guide the therapeutic sessions.”

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Nursing Newborn

AREAS OF INTEREST

  • Perinatal Depression & Anxiety

  • Perinatal Grief & Loss

  • Birth Trauma

  • Transitions to Parenthood

  • Child & Youth Psychology
    (anxiety, school concerns, ASD, ADHD etc.)

  • Trauma

  • Adjustment difficulties

  • Mood disorders (depression & anxiety)

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Erin is a Psychologist who holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) from the University of Queensland.

 

Erin has had several years’ experience working with children and adults for behaviour support and therapeutic interventions in the Disability Sector.

 

She has also provided evidence-based treatments for clients with mood disturbances, anxiety, trauma, grief and bereavement, low self-esteem, chronic pain, anger, and adjustment difficulties.

 

Working with individuals across the lifespan, Erin is passionate about supporting families to work together throughout all stages and changes within the perinatal period. Erin also enjoys supporting women and their partners within group settings to help them build connections with other families, as they prepare for the arrival of their new baby and navigate their way through parenthood.

Erin is dedicated to assisting individuals to clarify what’s truly important to them and using this to individually guide the therapeutic sessions. By identifying this, it can be used as motivation to improve personal health and wellbeing to increase quality of life.