My name is Dylan Kerr and I am substance use specialist and clinical counselor. I have worked in a number of roles over my thirteen years of experience and I always strive to find out new concepts and concerns regarding addiction and welfare.
The purpose of this blog is so that I can track my professional work and observations. I will occasionally post some work sheets that I’ve created here online as I’m a great believer in sharing the work I create. If you wish to use any of my work please feel free to do so but I ask you to keep my name on any of the original models that I create.
Please feel free to contact me as I appreciate any feedback or concerns.
If you would like to contact me regarding concerns for your own relationship with addiction or a loved one then please feel free. I will always uphold privacy and confidentiality with my clients.
Dylan Kerr holds (in chronological order) a Master of Science Degree in Psychology, a Bachelors Degree in Clinical Counselling, Diploma of Addiction Medicine, Higher Education Diploma in Psychology of Addiction, Higher Education Diploma in Counselling and a Higher Education Diploma in Healthcare.
As well as having standard qualifications from universities Dylan Kerr hold certificates of Continued Medical Education from Harvard University, Membership of the British Association of Behaviour and Cognitive Psychotherapist, Member of the Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners (FDAP) and Advanced Certified Addictions Therapist accreditation certificate from Singapore.