ERYN MCMASTER, PHD
Dr. Eryn M. McMaster received her Doctorate in School Psychology at Oklahoma State University. She completed her internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. As part of her internship and fellowship, Dr. McMaster gained experience in working with children and adolescents aged 2-22 with difficulties such as disruptive behaviors, ADHD, anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, academics, sleep and toileting concerns. Additionally, Dr. McMaster has training and experience in assessment, consultation, and utilizing evidence-based treatment to address behavioral health difficulties with children, adolescents, and their families. With experience working in the school and primary care settings, Dr. McMaster emphasizes the importance of collaborating with families, schools and other healthcare providers.
Dr. McMaster uses behavioral and cognitive-behavioral techniques to address a variety of psychological, behavioral, developmental and academic concerns. Dr. McMaster specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, ADHD, noncompliance, sleep problems, academic concerns, and more. Treatment for behavioral difficulties may include behavior management and parent-training sessions to provide the child’s caregivers with the appropriate tools to successfully manage their child’s behaviors at home. Dr. McMaster also provides comprehensive evaluations to help identify appropriate diagnoses used to inform treatment decisions and monitor their progress towards individualized treatment goals.
Dr. McMaster’s goal is to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and offer support to children, adolescents and their families to help them reach their current and future goals. Dr. McMaster utilizes a solution-focused approach to treatment and provides a supportive and judgement-free environment. Dr. McMaster is currently a provisionally licensed psychologist in the state of Nebraska and offers individual and family therapy, as well as psychological evaluations.