Kerrin is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor who has worked with individuals, couples, families, and groups since 1992. She received her Masters in Counseling Psychology in 1999 from Antioch New England Graduate School.
Throughout her career, Kerrin has worked as a therapist in a variety of settings, including mental health agencies, schools, and in private practice, as well as with a variety of populations. Different therapists use different styles based on a variety of theories. One theory that she has focused on is the Relational-Cultural theory, which uses the therapeutic relationship to create positive change. “Often times we are hurt in the context of relationships,” said Kerrin. “It stands to reason that we can heal in the context of relationships; further, a truthful reflection upon how our society impacts us. I am passionate about the act of empowering others to take control of their lives.”