Dr. Kerry Wilkins earned her medical doctorate from University of Arkansas College of Medicine in 2009 and subsequently trained at University of Massachusetts School of Medicine.
She is double board certified in Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She has received multiple professional awards and accolades.
In addition to running a combined psychotherapy and medication management practice in Massachusetts and consulting weekly to multiple educational systems, Dr. Wilkins also is a home educator, enjoying her days with three delightful and inquisitive children.
In the context of the pandemic, she has recently launched Serenity Homeschooler, an initiative to support new or struggling parents adopting home education or home-based remote or online education models.
Dr. Wilkins has directly consulted to more than five school districts, three educational collaboratives, and a brief coverage position with the Department of Mental Health. She is as an Instructor of Psychiatry at UMASS and the faculty leader of the child psychiatry fellowship journal club. She also is a frequent lecturer to multiple agencies and systems.