Kerri is a Victim Advocate at Estey & Bomberger. In her role, Kerri offers counseling and support to clients navigating the civil litigation process. She is committed to providing each client with a safe space to explore, reflect, and openly share their experience. Her primary focus is to help clients reclaim their voice in the aftermath of trauma.
Beyond her advocacy role, Kerri is an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW) registered in the state of California (112495). She is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT), Narrative Therapy, suicide intervention and prevention, crisis intervention, and motivational interviewing. Utilizing a blend of psychodynamic, relational, and emotionally focused modalities, Kerri provides psychotherapy services to adults, children, and couples in a private practice setting.
Kerri has spent her career specializing in complex trauma, offering therapeutic support to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault dealing with PTSD, dissociative disorders, self-harm, suicidal and homicidal ideation, and psychosis. Before joining Estey & Bomberger, Kerri conducted court-ordered therapy for survivors, collaborating closely with attorneys in cases involving domestic violence and coercive control. Prior to this, she provided mental health counseling to conserved adults within a secure psychiatric facility.
Her educational background includes a Master’s degree in Social Work from Fordham University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Music from The Boston Conservatory. Outside of her professional pursuits, Kerri enjoys immersing herself in music, exploring new destinations, and spending quality time with her three children.