Clinical Instructor, UNC Department of Psychiatry
Autism Specialist, Chapel Hill TEACCH Center
BA., Psychology, Sociology, NCSU
MSW, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work
Erin Musson is an Autism Specialist at the Chapel Hill TEACCH Center and a Clinical Instructor in the UNC Department of Psychiatry. She is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and works with individuals with autism across the lifespan and their families. Erin provides both individual and group-based services, including co-leading a Dialetical Behavior Therapy group and leading a group for individuals with ASD and Anxiety called Facing Your Fears. Erin is particularly interested in addressing the needs of individuals with co-occurring mental health diagnoses. Erin is also interested in addressing the gaps in support services for adolescents and adults with autism during their transition to adulthood. Erin is interested in working with community providers and organizations to address this issue. Erin is interested in expanding her knowledge of evidence-based interventions in working with individuals with ASD. Erin also serves on the Adolescents, Adults, and Aging strategic planning team and is a Field Instructor/ Supervisor for students in the UNC SSW program and UNC Psychology program. Additionally, Erin is part of the TEACCH training team, training individuals locally, nationally, and internationally.