Dr. Erin Demirjian, Psy.D.
My name is Dr. Erin Demirjian. I am a mental health therapist with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I graduated from Roger Williams University in Bristol Rhode Island (1993) with a BA degree in Psychology and was inducted into the Psi Chi National Honor Society. I went on to earn my MS at the University of Dayton (1997) in Psychology. After completing my Master's I made the decision to continue with my education process in pursuit of becoming a Clinical Psychologist. I then attended Miami Institute of Psychology and graduated with a MS degree (1999) followed by my Psy.D. (2002) in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Forensic Psychology.
During my 14 years of experience I have worked with individuals of all ages. I have had a significant impact in the public sector working as a director of several community programs helping children, adolescents, and families who were in crisis, as well as in the private sector providing therapy to adults, children, couples, and families. I am closely tied to my community and have been a member of the Pinecrest Academy School Board for the last three years.
I specialize in individual, family, and teen therapy and perform psychological evaluations. Throughout my career I have conducted psychological evaluations for the Federal Detention Center, courts, schools, and private clients who desire IQ and Personality testing. I particularly like working with adolescents and their families. I have a natural ability to reach children and adolescents while assisting parents during behavioral issues with their children. I have also had great success in treating adults who are dealing with marital problems, depression, bipolar, anxiety, substance abuse, and every day stressors.
I provide sensitivity towards helping people gain insight, personal growth, cope with stressors, and make welcomed behavioral changes. My approach includes unconditional positive regard, understanding, excellent listening skills, and to provide feedback as well as guidance towards the achievement of desired changes.