Kimberly sees clients in Building 2 (350 N. Oak St.)
Empathetic. Understanding. Relatable. Humorous.
Kim earned a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Saint Francis with a concentration in Addictions Counseling. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Indiana University Fort Wayne in Criminal Justice. Kim has had a diversified career, working for nearly a decade in Community Mental Health, completing suicide assessments in the emergency room, and working as a therapist in both a Methadone clinic, and in private practice. Kim has an eclectic style in regards to therapy in order to provide each client with the most appropriate techniques. She uses the therapeutic approaches of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused Therapy. Kim has experience working with addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem issues, postpartum depression, relationship issues, and communication issues. She works with couples, individuals, families, adults, and teenagers. When she is not working with her clients, she enjoys spending time with her family, working on her family farm, reading, and true crime.