Laurel Sherer has worked in the fields of mental health and education for the past 10 years as a behavior intervention specialist and mental health clinician. She has experience working in public K-12 schools and ABA skills-based programs with children and young adults. Laurel previously found success working with students in school, community, and home settings by supporting them in using coping strategies and social skills.
As a clinician at CIP, Laurel helps students gain deeper self-understanding and apply the skills they are learning at CIP to daily experiences. She partners with students to support them in using resiliency and emotional regulation skills to navigate stressors as they arise. Laurel has earned a master’s degree in Social Work from Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA. She holds a PPS credential in school social work and a board-certified behavior analyst certification. Laurel became a Licensed Clinician Social Worker in 2022.
When she’s not meeting with students and the CIP team, you can find her practicing yoga, spending time outdoors, including with her pug/beagle mix dog, Bella, and cooking.