Kimberley Hunt, LCSW
- United Healthcare/Optum
- VA Community Care
A “Superbill” will be provided for any Out of Network insurance plans so you can submit a claim for reimbursement.
Kim sees adults ages 18+ and is Telehealth only
“What happens when people open their hearts? They get better” — Haruki Murakami
I want you to find your inner-voice. The voice that wants what is best for you. I want you to find clarity so you can achieve your greatest dreams and accomplish all your goals. I want you to speak your truth, learn to say no and set limits with others so you no longer participate in situations that no longer serve you.
Most of all, I want you to heal.
I have so much admiration for the human spirit and the inner strength people possess. I’m honored that others allow me to see them fully and completely and the courage it takes to trust. I love witnessing the changes and the growth that is made through the therapeutic process. It’s deeply rewarding and I feel fortunate to work collaboratively with you to create a safe place for healing.
Our Therapy Sessions are Focused on You
These are difficult times. So much has changed and continues to change. With so much uncertainty, it’s only natural you may be struggling with sadness, anxiety and grief.
It’s important to find the root cause for struggles.
- Are you lacking meaningful connections in your life?
- What motivates you to get out of bed each day?
- Do you feel lost and stuck?
I ask clients to question everything they have accepted, including values, beliefs and their thought processes. I want you to be able to focus on what makes you uniquely you and encourage you to explore and express all your emotions.
I help you dig deep to find your inner-strength and resiliency.
I’ll challenge you to reclaim your life, learn self-compassion and learn to be more comfortable with discomfort.
What if you could chase joy, laughter and fun more than fear? Maybe this is a good time to carve out a life that will bring you more satisfaction and less pain.
If life leaves you feeling exhausted and overwhelmed, therapy can be a place for you to express those frustrations.
I tend to not disclose during your sessions. If you have questions, I am willing to answer them but I prefer that you to be the focus of therapy. Many of my clients have spent a lifetime of putting others needs ahead of themselves. My hope is that therapy will offer you the space you need to explore your thoughts and feelings.
“Healing comes in waves and maybe today the wave hits the rocks and that’s ok, that’s ok, darling. You are still healing, You are still healing.” — Ijeoma Umebinyuo
My Professional Background
I attended High Point University and received a Psychology degree. I later attended Spalding University to complete my Master of Social Work degree.
I come from a medical background and only use interventions and modalities that are evidence- based practices. Research is an important aspect of the therapy I provide. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) interventions. I am a certified Pain Reprocessing Therapy specialist as well as Complex PTSD certified and able to treat and process trauma.
Outside of my role as therapist, I enjoy reading, walking, traveling, and listening to music. Studying alternative healing/holistic modalities is very interesting and I bring this passion into my therapy sessions with my chronic pain and chronic illness clients. This interest and passion led me to pursue training in Pain Reprocessing Therapy which has been very beneficial for myself personally as well as my chronic pain clients.