Erin E. Rich is a school-based occupational therapist who has supported children of all ages, their families, and educational teams for more than two decades. She is also a graduate instructor at Lesley University, specializing in creating safe and supportive, trauma-sensitive schools, and meeting diverse learning needs in both school-based and private practice. Erin embraces collaboration and has a passion for creating accessible materials that champion all learners, via her consulting work with Room 228 and BLOOM.
Erin provides a demonstrated history of leadership in civic, medical, and educational organizations. She is currently available for private practice, public speaking, and consulting inquiries. Erin’s passions include community engagement, building resiliency and independence, neurodiversity, and creating safe and supportive environments. She and her husband are fortunate to raise their three sons on her family’s farm in West Newbury, MA.