At a time of national change, Erikson Institute continues to embrace the ideals of inclusion, fairness, and social justice.
A message from Geoffrey Nagle, President and CEO
Erikson volunteers participate in Service Week
A partnership with Chicago’s Christopher House offers opportunities to read to children and volunteer in schools and classrooms.
Lesley Stahl talks about ‘becoming grandma’ at Erikson event
During a President’s Council discussion, the ’60 Minutes’ correspondent shared her experiences being a grandmother and talked about her latest book on grandparenting. More
Center for Children and Families to open satellite clinic in Little Village
Erikson Institute’s new clinic will bring much-needed mental health services for young children to the heart of Chicago’s Latino community. Read more
Mindfulness in the early grades
How can schools buffer toxic stress for young children?
Watch our video and learn more about our groundbreaking research
Because Nothing Matters More Than A Child’s Early Years
Erikson set her on a path to change child- and family-focused systems
Alumna Bilge Cerezci, Ph.D.
Her approach to research: Represent the underrepresented
Professor Tonya Bibbs, M.S.W., Ph.D.
At Erikson, he developed a sense of himself to help him serve others
Alumnus Joshua Abrahams, M.S. ‘11
Our Place in History
Leading with knowledge since 1966
Throughout the many social, political, and cultural changes of the last 50 years, our focus on the importance of a child’s early years has been unwavering. Our pioneering spirit continues to distinguish our work as leaders in the conversation about how to positively impact the lives of young children.