Kimberly completed her MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy from Goldsmiths in the UK working in her majesty’s prison system and statutory health services specialising in child and adolescent mental health, child protection, foster care, kinship care and pre and post adoption as well as providing consultation and training services for social care and the court system. Kimberly works in child centred, family focused model centring attachment, neurosequential development, trauma informed practice and creative process at the centre of parent-child relationships within her work.
Kimberly moved to Australia in 2015 and since has continued specialising in trauma in families working with families who have experienced domestic and family violence, homelessness, young parents, out of home care residential homes, and perinatal infant mental health. In her private practice, Kimberly offers dance movement psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults as well as parent-child relational work. Kimberly is also certified in circle of security parenting, tuning in to kids and bringing up great kids parenting programs as well as offering training, debriefing and case consultation and reflective practice through her private work for organisations interested in a body based approach to working with trauma.
Kimberly is registered as a professional member and clinical supervisor with DTAA, member of ADMPUK and clinical registrant with PACFA.