Dr. Erin Millard began earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2005. She went on to earn her masters and doctoral degrees at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and has been working as a Licensed Psychologist since 2010. Throughout her training, she has worked in a variety of settings including psychiatric inpatient hospitals, for the Department of Health and Human Services in community mental health as well as at Universities and Children's Medical Centers. Over the last 10 years she has specialized in working with children and over the last 5 years, more specifically, those with medical concerns. She has specialized in the field of Pediatric Psychology and has been working in medical centers with a focus on pediatric patients with medical concerns since her Pre-Doctoral Internship. Currently employed as a Pediatric Psychologist at Gundersen Health System, she serves on many multidisciplinary medical teams including the CF team where she has been seeing patients for three years. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Department of Health Sciences and is Gundersen Health Systems Director of APA Continuing Education for Psychologists. This will be her second year speaking at the NACFC conference.