Erin Clement is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Behavioral Tech, intensively-trained dialectical behavior therapist (DBT) at the Boston Child Study Center, where she provides evidence-based individual and family DBT services. In addition to her work at BCSC, Erin is a clinical therapist at the McLean Hospital, Adolescent Dual Diagnosis Acute Residential Treatment (ART) Program and The Landing Program, where she provides evidence based CBT and DBT at the residential level of care. Erin began working at McLean Hospital in 2003 as a Community Residential Counselor in the Adolescent Acute Residential Programs (ART). In 2005, Erin transitioned to Clinical Educator in both the DBT and Dual Diagnosis classrooms within the McLean ART. There she provided curricula for clients with various mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, substance abuse and symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder. Erin also served as a Community Residential Counselor at McLean Hospital, 3East Intensive Adolescent DBT Residential Treatment Program.
Erin earned her BA in Psychology at Merrimack College before earning her Master’s in Clinical Social Work at Simmons School of Social Work. Erin completed her clinical internship at the Burlington Community Life Center, where she provided individual and family therapy. In addition, Erin led a clinical group that utilized the National Youth Project Using Minibikes (NYPUM); a therapy based group that was designed as an innovative way to engage youth and promote positive youth development.