Kyle’s career has led to many rewarding opportunities through progressively responsible positions in the health care field; ranging from front line and direct care to senior management.
Kyle earned his bachelor’s degree in social work, with a minor in psychology, from Southern Vermont College (Bennington, VT). He subsequently earned his master’s degree from the Columbia University School of Social Work (New York, NY). In addition, he has also completed doctoral level coursework in Organizational Systems at Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center (San Francisco, CA). His professional education is punctuated by professional experience that ranges the full continuum of mental health care.
Kyle Gilrain has considerable experience that has taken him to a range of clinical positions in
various types of facilities working with some of the most challenging and vulnerable individuals. These settings include: secured prisons (adult and juvenile), secured and non-secured residential treatment facilities (juvenile), secured psychiatric inpatient units (child and adult), partial and outpatient hospital settings (adult and juvenile), skilled continuum of care geriatric facilities, and private practice (all populations).
Since 1996 he has also held clinical licensure in New Jersey, Vermont, Virginia, Florida, and Louisiana. Kyle continues to hold active licensure in New Jersey, Florida, and Louisiana. He is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and has served a term as Vice President of the Vermont chapter. Kyle has also been a Clinical Member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers.
Kyle has experience with the following developmental groups:
Kyle has experience and expertise treating the following conditions:
- Sexual Issues
- Work Place Issues
- Family Conflicts
- Interpersonal Conflicts/Relationship Problems
- Difficulties with Transition/Change
- Anger Management
- LGBT Issues
Kyle has experience working in the following settings:
- Residential Treatment Centers (both secure and non-secure)
- Incarceration Facilities (juvenile and adult prison settings)
- Inpatient Psychiatric Units (child and adult)
- Outpatient Psychiatric Units (child and adult)
- Partial Hospitalization Programs (child and adult)
- Private Practice (all ages)
*Indicates license currently on active status