Kimberly Miree

Counselor In Training

Hello I my name is Kimberly! I hold a master’s degree in psychology from University of Phoenix and currently pursuing my master’s degree in clinical Mental Health Counseling at University of Phoenix. I am looking forward to starting my internship with Beyond Healing and increasing my knowledge and skills in the field of counseling. I have a strong passion for helping others and look forward to seeing the positive changes throughout that process. My ability to see different perspectives enables me to meet people where they are in their healing journey. I truly would enjoy working with all age groups but would love to explore working with adolescents.

I am committed to an empathetic approach and believe that guiding someone to healing and positive change lies within being compassionate and understanding. One approach in psychotherapy that resonates with me is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) because it provides a structured, clear and empowering approach to identifying and understanding the links between behavior and beliefs. My goal is to create a safe caring space for my clients to be their authentic self’s without passing judgment on them or being critical of their past. I am excited to join each of my clients in their counseling journey as they begin the healing process.

Outside of the office things I enjoy doing are spending time with family, shopping, exercising, enjoying my two cats and reading a good book. I also enjoy embracing every season, particularly fall time because of the changing colors of the leaves and the idea of snuggling up with a cozy blanket and a warm cup of cocoa. When time allows I enjoy trying new vegan restaurants and searching for vegan recipes on pinterest.

AREAS OF INTEREST: Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Abuse, Anger, Career Development, School­ Related Concerns, Fertility Issues, stress-Management, Communication Issues, Family Issues, Relationship Issues, Conflict-Issues, Addiction & Recovery, Boundary Issues, Self-Esteem Issues,
PTSD, Coping Skills, and Boundary Issues.