Erinn Cameron, Ph.D.
Erinn C. Cameron, PhD is a postdoctoral fellow at Arbor Psychology Group. She completed her doctoral work in clinical psychology at Fielding Graduate University and her doctoral clinical residency in Integrated Behavioral Health at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
Dr. Cameron works with individuals of all genders and backgrounds, ages 15 and up. She is particularly passionate about working with women and LGBTQ+ individuals across the lifespan, including issues around navigating the world as a neuro-diverse individual, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, perinatal mental health, and gender care.
Dr. Cameron is trained in several types of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that target problems such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, chronic pain, weight loss, tic disorder, panic disorder, binge eating disorder, and PTSD. She is also trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, DBT Skills, Exposure Therapy, and Exposure and Response Prevention for OCD, social anxiety, and phobias.
Dr. Cameron has worked in inpatient, partial-hospitalization, intensive-outpatient, and outpatient settings while focusing on a multidisciplinary approach to care. Dr. Cameron works within a cognitive behavioral framework grounded in evidence-based practices and research. From within a strong therapeutic alliance, she takes a client-centered, collaborative approach that integrates psychoeducation and skill building while helping patients improve their day-to-day functioning and quality of life.
In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Cameron has an extensive career in psychological research and holds appointments as Global Health Fellow at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Institution for Social Innovation Fellow at Fielding Graduate University, Research Fellow at Feminist Africa University of Ghana, and Visiting Scholar at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine Department of Global Health. Dr. Cameron’s dissertation work in women’s health was awarded the Fielding Graduate University Dissertation Award, the American Psychological Association Division 55 Student Research Award, the University of New Mexico School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry Research Showcase Award, and the NIDRA R13 Early Career Research Award. She is also Editor of the International Psychology Bulletin and The International Psychologist and serves on the American Psychological Association Division 52 and International Council of Psychologists boards.