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About

About

Kimberly’s master’s degree, in rehabilitation counseling, included training in the medical and psychological aspects of disabilities as well as vocational rehabilitation and considerations for return to work for individuals with a psychological or physical disability. Kimberly studied the other counseling components that allow her to work with adult and children populations, such as persons with depression, anxiety, ADHD, issues of family reunification, mental illness and persons with anger management issues.
Additionally, Kimberly completed several graduate courses in Christian counseling through Ridgemont University (Formerly known as Psychological Studies Institute) and she is able to assist individuals by integrating Christianity into therapy.
Kimberly uses eclectic methods that include; person centered therapy, solution focused brief therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, reality therapy and principles of behavioral reinforcement, to assist individuals in formulating their goals and working towards completion of these goals,