Eric Grossman is a licensed clinical social worker with over a decade of practice experience in a variety of clinical settings including outpatient mental health, residential treatment with adolescents, and domestic violence shelter with families. Eric is also an experienced clinical supervisor and has served as an adjunct lecturer at both Columbia University and the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. He is also a field instructor for graduate students at many of the NYC schools of social work. Eric is currently the Program Director of JusticeHome, an Alternative-to-Incarceration Program for women facing felony charges in NYC. This innovative model provides gender-responsive interventions to address the risk factors which bring women into contact with the justice system. Eric’s areas of specialization include evidence-based interventions and trauma-informed approaches to care, and he is especially passionate about social work education and training.