Jade Kerr, MA, LMHC, earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Boston College. She went on to earn a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University.
Jade has extensive experience working with gifted youth as well as children with various challenges including learning struggles, A-D/HD, anxiety, and depression.
While completing her clinical internship at Family Services of Westchester, Jade provided therapy support to children, adolescents, and adults. She has experience leading social skills groups as well as groups to support children and teens
with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
During her time at The Quad Manhattan, an inclusive meeting place for twice-exceptional children, she designed and implemented a social-emotional skill-building curriculum to help children overcome executive functioning weaknesses.
In therapy, Jade utilizes evidence-based techniques to help clients move toward their goals while building confidence. She is dedicated to empowering clients and providing tools and strategies that improve overall quality of life.
Jade has experience as a mental health consultant and routinely assesses social and emotional development in infants and toddlers throughout Westchester County. She provides parent training to promote social and emotional development in young children while taking into account the specific circumstances that exist within each individual family.
As Clinical Co-Director of WPS, Jade is often the first point of contact to help connect families with the supports they are seeking.
In her spare time, Jade enjoys reading, traveling, yoga, and photography.
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