Kimberly is a Marriage and Family Therapist in training. She is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University and has received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from North Carolina State University. Kimberly worked at the North Carolina State University Women’s Center as an undergraduate student in order to service the campus community by educating peers about healthy relationships, and interpersonal and sexual violence.
Kimberly approaches counseling as an intentional process of internal healing. This means each individual approaches their healing journey with purpose; choosing to commit to the process, focusing on growing towards their goals, and being an active participant in each stage of their journey. She believes that a strong therapeutic alliance is a pivotal part of that process and recognizes the value of providing a safe space for clients, collaborating with them to develop goals and walking alongside as they work to achieve them.
She utilizes an integrative approach to therapy and does incorporate faith, spirituality, and Biblical truth into therapy, if desired by the client. She has enjoyed working with young adults and looks forward to working with adolescents, young adults, adults, and families in the areas of marriage and premarital counseling, anxiety, grief, conflict resolution, sexual trauma, and sexual addictions.
Insurances: No insurances currently; sliding scale option