Keisha Bryan has been named the new Director of Family Life Education. Bryan joined The Children’s Guild in 2008 as a family life educator for Treatment Foster Care and transitioned to licensing and compliance manager for the program in 2011. In 2014, Bryan became a clinical supervisor for The Children’s Guild’s Outpatient Mental Health Clinic, which provides clinical services in more than 60 public schools throughout the region.
In her new position, Bryan oversees our Treatment Foster Care program, which helps children who have complex problems and are difficult for a regular foster home to manage.
Prior to joining The Children’s Guild, Bryan worked as a therapist at Astor Family Services in the Bronx, New York City, as well as at an all-boys group home in Syracuse, New York. Bryan also worked at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France, while she completed her graduate studies.
Bryan is a licensed clinical social worker and holds certifications in social work, including cognitive-behavioral therapy. She earned her Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Science in social work at Syracuse University in New York.