In her clinical practice, Erin both treats co-occurring mental health conditions and offers “psychologically-informed mentoring” to assist neurodivergent individuals who have not developed any co-occurring diagnoses to accept their lovely uniqueness, navigate the neurotypical aspects of the world, and develop a lifestyle that promotes wellbeing and mental health.
"I feel strongly about honouring neurodiversity in the pursuit of well-being and was diagnosed autistic myself in my mid-thirties."
Erin brings together her personal and professional understandings of autism in her therapeutic approach, aiming to build a strong, collaborative therapeutic relationship based upon understanding and acceptance.
Dr Erin Bulluss is a clinical psychologist with a particular passion for working therapeutically with Autistic people through online telehealth platforms.
Erin places the needs of the individual at the centre of her therapeutic approach so the experience of therapy is different for each and every individual.
Erin has published articles and presented workshops about her approach to therapy with Autistic individuals and hopes to promote acceptance of autism through contributing to the development of therapeutic approaches that genuinely embrace neurodiversity and do not place neurotypical expectations on neurodivergent individuals. Erin also co-authors a Psychology Today blog which aims to provide information about autism from the perspective of late-diagnosed Autistic professionals.