Kerry M. Broman, LCSW – Regulatory Consultant
Kerry M Broman, LCSW, MSW is a Regulatory Consultant for Robert A. Less & Associates, advising on regulatory and ethical mental health issues for Clinical Social Workers practicing in the State of Colorado.
Kerry M Broman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice. Kerry has been treating individuals, couples and families in Colorado since 1999. Kerry has worked in public and parochial school settings as well as adolescent day treatment and residential treatment facilities.
Kerry is currently an Affiliate Faculty Member at Metro State University of Denver in the graduate Social Work program. She currently teaches Direct Practice, Evidence Based Practice in Mental Health, and Field Seminar. As a field seminar instructor she also serves as a faculty field liaison to her students, visiting their field placements throughout the academic year.
Kerry is also the past president of Colorado Society for Clinical Social Work (CSCSW). CSCSW is a collegial association that advances the profession by providing opportunities for education, setting practice standards, promoting public recognition of the profession and advocating for protection of clinical social workers and their clientele. Kerry served two terms as president for CSCSW from 2010-2014. She been serving on the CSCSW board since 2008 in Membership committee and Outreach committee capacities as well. Kerry received the Most Distinguished Clinician Award from CSCSW in 2013.
In 2003, Kerry Broman began operating a private practice in the Denver Tech Center, Kerry Hamm, Inc., where she specializes in the treatment of adolescents and their families. Her practice focuses on reducing family conflict and treating a variety of adolescent issues, including but not limited to academic challenges, depression and anxiety, divorce, family conflict, self-esteem, substance use, and suicidality. Kerry has a unique expertise in working with self-harming behaviors and regularly provides education and training to school counselors and other treatment providers to increase their success in identifying and supporting students struggling with self-harm. Kerry has been providing formal presentations and trainings on treating self-harming behaviors in adolescents since 2010. She also has presented on working with high risk youth, assessing and treating domestic violence, and tips for starting a private practice.
Kerry holds Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Film Studies from the University of Colorado, Boulder (1998), a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Denver, Graduate School or Social Work (2001) and a Post Master’s certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Denver Family Institute (2003).