Carrie Wolleman-Stein has been in the social work field for over 30 years. She had an early start in mental health for children when she began at Rockland Children’s Psychiatric Center. Since that beginning, she has focused her practice on children. In addition to her Master’s degree from NYU, she graduated from The Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in the children and adolescent program.
Carrie has supervised an outpatient clinic and consulting program for Andrus Children’s Services. At Andrus, Carrie served children and families in a Head Start clinic. She supported the staff around the mental health needs of the children in the program.
Currently Carrie is the Director of the Early Childhood Treatment Center in the South Bronx run through The Association to Benefit Children. This program is part of the Thrive initative that has recognized the need for mental health services for infants, children and their families. Carrie runs the Article 31 clinic as well as the consulting program that serve the Early Learn Centers.