treatment approach

Dr. Siemers has extensive experience working with children and adolescents as well as the caregivers who are important in their lives. She has worked in hospitals, clinics and schools assessing and treating developmental, behavioral and emotional concerns.  

 

The evidence based techniques she uses include Cognitive-Behavioral, Solution Focused, Parent-Child Interaction and Motivational Therapies.  Therapeutic goals focus on building strengths, skills, and coping strategies.  

 

Her clinical experiences allow for developmentally tailored therapy sessions, clearly identified therapy goals and efficiently monitored therapeutic progress.   As appropriate, she will consult with children’s’ medical homes and/or educational providers. 

about Erin Siemers

 

Dr. Siemers is a Colorado Licensed Psychologist and Licensed School Psychologist.  She completed her PhD in School Psychology at the University of Nebraska. 

 

Her internship in Pediatric Psychology was completed at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.  

 

Her postdoctoral residency in Pediatric Psychology was completed at the Children’s Hospital of Saint Louis, Washington University Medical School.  She has over 10 years of clinical practice with children, young adults and families. 

 

She is an active member of the American Psychological Association, The Colorado Psychological Association and the Division of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. A detailed resume is available under the "training" tab.