A post-doctoral clinician at Erikson’s Center for Children and Families, Stacey Austin provides clinical services for young children and their families, with a focus on incorporating the child’s entire system into treatment and strengthening parent-child relationships. Stacey conducts psychological and behavioral assessments and provides therapy services.
Before joining Erikson in 2011, Austin provided family therapy for children under six and behavioral support in Head Start classrooms at Pacific Clinics in Pasadena, California. She also has conducted comprehensive evaluations for children with developmental disabilities and behavioral disorders and provided group and family therapy for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at Advocate Illinois Masonic’s Pediatric Development Center in Chicago.
Austin received her Psy.D from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and is a member of the Illinois Association of Infant Mental Health. She has research experience in examining the effectiveness of alternative treatments for children diagnosed with ADHD.