Kimberly has been assisting children, adolescents and families in crisis for over 25 years. She strongly believes in the power of hope and principles of recovery for the treatment of mental illness and substance use disorders. Her experience includes providing support to those navigating the criminal justice and educational systems as well as treatment within various inpatient and outpatient settings. Kimberly has therapeutic interests in the areas of mindfulness, child and adolescent development, drama therapy and clinical areas of anxiety, depression, substance abuse and trauma.
She holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and serves as adjunct faculty at Antioch University Santa Barbara. Kimberly has been a certified CBT clinician with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy for over 10 years. She is also a trained and registered yoga teacher.