Kerrin Sendrowitz, Ph.D. received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Marist College in 2004 and 2005 respectively. She received her doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from University at Albany in 2011. Kerrin completed her doctoral internship at University of Delaware Center for Counseling and Student Development. She has worked in Higher Education since 2005, and her experiences span across various student services and academic disciplines in community college, liberal arts college, and large university settings. Her most recent professional roles working with students have included mental health counseling, career counseling, and undergraduate and graduate level teaching in the field of Counseling Psychology.
Kerrin remains active in teaching and research at University at Albany. Her research presentations and publications cover topics related to cross-cultural assessment, social justice, women’s issues, sexual assault, and career counseling. Clinically, Kerrin works with students struggling with a wide-range of mental health and student development issues. Some of her areas of clinical interest include depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, grief, eating disorders, and identity development. As the Training Director, Kerrin also enjoys supervising new clinicians and coordinating training activities.
Kerrin enjoys being outdoors, reading, and cooking. She loves to spend time with her family, friends, her dogs, and her foster dogs.