Welcome! I am Kimberly. I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 10 years of experience providing therapy. Many of us desire a sense of peace, connection, and well-being within ourselves and in our life. Yet life circumstances and even parts of ourselves can prevent us from having these experiences in our day to day lives. Providing a safe and non-judgmental place to explore your struggles and emotional pain is essential to my practice. I feel grateful to be able to support those who desire to grow and heal.
What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?
If you feel supported, heard, motivated, and renewed then I have done my job. Right now it doesn't feel like it, but You can create change in your life! You just need some extra support to get your mind to stop doing all that unhealthy stuff like keeping you stuck, unmotivated, ruminating, anxious, fearful, insecure, depressed, being self-critical, and repeating negative patterns. Let's dive in, see where your head is, set some goals, create some new thought patterns, learn self compassion, and get you back to living your best life.
What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?
I use empowering, solution-focused, compassionate, and evidenced based cognitive therapy practices stream-lined to provide you with individualized support that focuses on your therapy goals/needs. I will encourage always, challenge sometimes, and judge never. This is a safe space to get the support you need to create the change you want to see in your life and in yourself.
Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.
My ideal client wants to actively engage in therapy and learn effective mind skills to evolve and thrive. Perspective is everything! And when you embrace a mind set that works for you, you will feel motivated, renewed, and confident that you can manage your thoughts/feelings and live your best life. I am a general practitioner providing therapy to folks with various challenges, including addictions, depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship challenges, stress, and grief/loss.