Erin Bulluss
PhD (Clinical Psychology)
Clinical Psychologist

Erin is an Autistic clinical psychologist who feels strongly about honouring neurodiversity in the pursuit of wellbeing. She provides supervision and consultancy to mental health professionals interested in developing their skills in working with Autistic clients, including building cultural competence and developing cultural humility. She also provides psychologically-informed mentoring and supervision to Autistic mental health professionals. 
Erin has a great deal of experience working in areas specific to Autistic clients, such as identifying and managing Autistic burnout, differentiating between Autistic burnout and depression, exploring client experiences of masking/ camouflaging, and exploration of Autistic identity and culture, particularly following late-identification of autism. 
Erin was awarded both first class honours in psychology and a PhD in clinical psychology by Flinders University (Adelaide, South Australia). She has been registered to practice as a psychologist since 2009 and gained endorsement in the area of clinical psychology in 2011.
She has presented her work at international conferences and been published in peer reviewed journals, including this article on differentiating autism from trauma in adults, and this article on modifiying schema therapy for Autistic clients.
Erin co-authors a Psychology Today blog called “Insights about Autism” which aims to provide information from the perspective of late-diagnosed autistic professionals. At times, Erin is invited to write articles for magazines, such as this article on cultural humility published in the Science of Psychotherapy Magazine and this article on Autistic friendship, co-authored with Abby Sesterka and published in Psyche magazine.