Erin Taylor

Clinical Psychologist

Erin has lived in rural Australia her whole life (TAS, VIC and NSW), and she understand the benefits
and challenges associated with life in the bush. Erin has experienced too many bereavements,
financial hardship, and numerous health challenges that have helped her appreciate that life isn’t
always rosy. Erin also has a lived experience of anxiety and depression that means she’s sat where
you are, wanting to know how to make things better.

Erin is a clinical psychologist registrar. She has completed 6 years of university education in
psychology, and is registered with AHPRA, Medicare and Workcover. Erin has worked across a
variety of settings in the Bega valley during the past 5 years, including headspace, primary and
secondary schools as a school counsellor, bushfire recovery counselling after the Black Summer
bushfires, and in AOD (alcohol and other drugs) counselling. Erin has experience working with
LGBTIQ+ clients, Indigenous clients, young people aged 12-25, and with presentations including
anxiety, depression, personality disorders, trauma, alcohol use disorders and eating disorders.
Erin has been described by her clients as a calm, compassionate and empathic practitioner. Erin
mainly uses a CBT and ACT-based collaborative approach to assist clients. Erin isn’t directive, but will
listen and offer strategies and interventions for clients to try.
Being a part-time psychologist means that Erin is also a dog-mum to the three most beautiful border
collies in the whole world, a zealous Queen fan, an avid rock collector, keen snorkeler and obsessed
Zelda (BOTW) player.

I look forward to meeting you and helping you along your journey.

Education and Registrations

Master of Clinical Psychology
Master of Professional Psychology
Bachelor Social Science Psychology (Honours)
Bachelor of Health Science
Medicare Provider
SIRA / Workcover Provider
AHPRA Registered as a Clinical Psychologist Registrar
APS member