Mental Health Therapist

From St. Louis, MO

Knows English

Practicing for 9 years

Graduated from University of Denver Graduate School

Location Wheat Ridge

About Erin O’Sullivan

Erin O’Sullivan is a clinician with Jefferson Center for Mental Health who works onsite at Pediatrics West. Erin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) providing child, adolescent, and family counseling services. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Loyola University Chicago in 2007 and her Master’s of Social Work from the University of Denver in 2011. Erin uses a strengths-based and client-centered approach in her work with children, and she likes to incorporate mindfulness and play. Her areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, trauma, and family systems. In her free time, Erin enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, hiking, and spending time with her husband and two children.

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Why I am a Pediatric Provider?

I believe that helping children build resilience and coping skills for dealing with difficult experiences and emotions early in life sets them up to have healthier relationships and well being into adulthood. I value the opportunity to support mind-body wellness in the medical setting and help reduce the stigma around mental health.

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Favorite outdoor activity

Hiking and Camping

Favorite trail in Colorado

Four Pass Loop, Maroon Bells Wilderness

Fun Fact

I have a huge cookbook collection and enjoy trying new recipes every weekend.

Favorite childhood toy

Lite Brite

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Starting July 11, we will be seeing well child visits Saturday mornings at Wheat Ridge office only for children 5yo and older. To continue to protect against COVID-19, we will have a number of new or continuing safeguards in place. There still will be no evening or Saturday urgent care hours at this time.Learn More