About Me

Keri M. Zwerner, MA, LCPC

now offering comprehensive mental health services in Montana, working with adults, children, adolescents, and families in short and long-term psychotherapy and counseling

I received my master’s degree from Phillips Graduate Institute in Los Angeles, CA.  After practicing in the LA area for 10 years, I relocated to Montana in 2014 to raise my children in Big Sky Country.  Currently, in private practice in Bozeman, I work with adults, children, adolescents, and families, helping them manage many issues through their time of growth. Previous to this, I worked as a therapist in the LAUSD (Los Angeles, CA) school system, providing education, support, and advocacy for parents and students in SST, 504, and IEP meetings.

I help adults heal unresolved wounds from childhood, achieve greater self-awareness and self-esteem; improve relationships with partners, friends, and co-workers; increase their ability to make life-enhancing choices; and improve everyday life issues.

In addition, I work in the field of trauma and grief. A member of ISST-D, ISTSS, and AAETS (International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, and the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress), I have received additional training and attended many conferences in the areas of trauma and stress, in both children and adults.

I’ve assisted children and teens with many concerns, such as coping with divorce, self-esteem issues, behavioral problems, ADHD, social skills, and other daily life issues unique to their age.  I also facilitate groups for children and adolescents, as well as parenting groups and classes.  I support parents as they work their way through the challenges of parenthood.

I have dedicated myself to assisting others through the difficult times in their lives.