- graduate school: Oklahoma State University
- internship: Nemours Alfred I DuPont Hospital for Children
- fellowship: Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital
pediatric psychology, chronic pain
Erin Webster, Ph.D. is a pediatric psychologist at Dayton Children's Hospital. She specializes in working with children and adolescents that have a chronic pain condition such as chronic headaches, fibromyalgia, and functional abdominal pain. She also focus on how stress can affect the body and physical symptoms.
Dr. Webster also facilitates The Comfort Ability Program (CAP) at Dayton Children’s. The program is a fun, interactive, evidence-based workshop to help adolescents and their parents learn essential skills and strategies needed to manage chronic pain well. CAP is designed for families dealing with all kinds of chronic pain problems such as persistent headache or migraine, abdominal pain, nerve pain, joint pain, disease related pain. post-surgical pain, or any other kind of persistent pain.
chronic pain can have a serious affect on an adolescent's life; and I love helping my patients to live life and not let pain interfere.
they are creative and enthusiastic and make my job fun.
of the location to family.
of the community-feel and focus on patient care and satisfaction.