Keri Grossman is a licensed clinical social worker who also serves as a supervising clinician and coordinator of counseling services at Erikson’s Center for Children and Families.

For more than 10 years, Keri has worked with children and families on concerns ranging from severe child behavior problems to anxiety and separation issues. Other areas of expertise include supporting parents and children through divorce or separation and working with children and families who are coping with significant stressors or traumatic events in their lives, such as accidents, medical issues, loss, or death in the family.

Keri also consults to other agencies in the Chicago area and conducts trainings on early social-emotional development. She received her master’s degree in social work from Loyola University and is a graduate of Erikson’s Irving B. Harris Infant Mental Health Certificate Program.

Education

M.S.W. in social work, Loyola University
Irving B. Harris Infant Mental Health Certificate Program, Erikson Institute