Brit Holmberg, LCSW

Brit Holmberg, LCSW

  • Co-Founder,
  • Becoming an Anti-Racist Social Worker

Brit Holmberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with nearly a decade of experience providing mental health services to a wide array of populations. Brit received a B.S. from Cornell University, a Master’s Degree in Social Work at Loyola University Chicago, and a MDiv from Garret Theological Seminary. Prior to joining Loyola University of Chicago's student Wellness Center as a staff therapist, Brit offered individual and group therapy to adults at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and in private practice. He uses a strengths-based approach to support clients in identifying their core values and finding their voice. Brit’s clinical interests include mindfulness, anti-racist practice, spirituality, and group work. He has offered a variety of workshops, consultation, and trainings on these topics across Chicago and Illinois.

All Sessions by Brit Holmberg, LCSW

Day 2 October 22, 2021
Day 1 October 21, 2021
01:40 - 2:40 PM CST

Beyond the Book Club: The impact of an 11-Week Antiracism Accountability Group for White-identified Mental Health Clinicians on Antiracist Praxis and Values