Kimberly is a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at Arizona State University. She is originally from Boston, Massachusetts and completed her Bachelor’s degree in psychology at Connecticut College. Kim is able to provide services for children, adolescents, and young adults (ages 18-25) through both individual therapy and group therapy. Kim also provides services at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in the Departments of Cardiology and Psychology.
Kim’s clinical training includes coping skills, parent training, and psychological assessment. Kim has also published peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented at national and international conferences in her area of expertise – disordered eating behaviors, health disparities, intersectional determinants of health.
In her free time, Kim likes to hike and enjoy the outdoors, bake, and spend time with her family and friends.