Erin Browne

Clinical Psychologist, M.Sc., R. Psych.

Erin is a Registered Clinical Psychologist (College of BC Psychologists #2629) specializing in rehabilitation and health. She holds an MSc in Psychology from the University of Northern B.C. and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Regina. Erin feels fortunate to have worked across Western Canada in mental health, psychiatric, and rehabilitation settings, where she has had the opportunity to help individuals who have experienced severe mental illness, trauma, mood and anxiety disorders, brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, orthopedic trauma, and chronic pain. She is dedicated to tailoring treatment to each individual, meeting people where they’re at, and utilizing a flexible evidence-based treatment approach. She feels inspired by the resilience and hopefulness of people living through adversity and is excited to be back in Northern BC.


Prince George

Areas of Service:

Northern BC and seeing clients remotely around the province

Recent Professional Development:

  • 2021 Indigenous Canada

  • 2021 CBT-I: Evidence-based insomnia interventions for trauma, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, TBI, sleep apnea, and nightmares

  • 2021 The Antiracism Course with Selam Debs

  • 2021 Prolonged Exposure Therapy Online Workshop

  • 2021 Preventing and Addressing Sexual Abuse and Misconduct

  • 2020 Understanding and Treating OCD

  • 2020 Cognitive Processing Therapy

  • 2019 Indigenous Awareness and Sensitivity Training

  • 2019 Vipassana Meditation

  • 2019 Electronic Medical Record-Keeping

  • 2019 Interprofessional Pain Management Education

  • 2019 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training