A licensed clinical psychologist, Erin Williams, PsyD, serves as the attending psychologist and program manager for Child and Adolescent Day Treatment at Rogers Memorial Hospital-Kenosha.
Dr. Williams has over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents and their families. She has worked in a variety of settings with youth, including residential facilities, a neurological rehabilitation center, a partial hospitalization program, a therapeutic day school, outpatient programs, and the juvenile justice system. Dr. Williams has helped children and adolescents with their emotional and behavioral difficulties, coping with brain injuries, managing self-injurious behaviors and suicidal ideations, and addressing their criminal acting out.
A graduate of the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Schaumburg, IL, she completed her internship and fellowship at the Connection’s Day School in Libertyville. She provided individual, family and group therapy to students with behavioral and emotional difficulties, assisted with linkage to community resources and worked collaboratively on their Individual Education Plans.
Prior to joining the team at Rogers, Dr. Williams served as outpatient manager at the Pioneer Center for Human Services in McHenry, where she provided oversight for all outpatient programs within the behavioral health division. She also served as Director of VOICE Sexual Assault Services, where she developed the program, provided therapy and advocacy to survivors and their families, collaborated with community agencies to develop a Sexual Assault Response Team and worked to end sexual violence. Dr. Williams has also worked with graduate schools to develop a training facility within the VOICE Sexual Assault Services program that provided hands-on experiences for developing therapists.
Dr. Williams’ areas of clinical interest include working with survivors of sexual violence and patients with anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She prefers a client-centered approach, meeting individuals where they are and collaboratively working toward recovery using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).