BA, Manhattanville College // MSW, Yeshiva University
Kimberly Gevint has over ten years of experience in the field of mental health, practicing as an LCSW-R in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey. She graduated as a Hartford scholar, receiving her Master’s degree in social work from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University. Kimberly provides psychotherapy services for individuals with a variety of problems including anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties. She works with varying age groups, from adolescents and young adults to senior citizens. Kimberly provides services to individuals, couples and families. In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, her training includes utilizing Behavioral Activation Therapy, particularly with individuals who are struggling with depression.
Kimberly is warm, culturally sensitive, engaging and empathetic.
She focuses on meeting others at their current state and guiding them along to a better place. One of Kimberly's major clinical interests is anxiety. She works in psychiatric hospital settings helping patients through crises by working with her clients to combat whatever barriers that are impacting their daily lives.
The experience of volunteering with vulnerable communities abroad solidified Kimberly's decision to pursue a career that would be meaningful and impactful to others. She has often felt inspired by Stoic philosophical principles: "Today I escaped anxiety. Or no, I discarded it, because it was within me, in my own perceptions — not outside.” — Marcus Aurelius.