Kimberly Dyke, MA, LPC has been in practice nearly 10 years. She received her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education in 1988 and her master's degree in Community Counseling in 2006. She specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, marriage and family counseling and working with children and adolescents.
Her professional experience ranges from working with children to adults, in a variety of settings including employee assistance programs and crisis intervention. She is able to work with individuals as well as families in creating a more successful and empowering environment. Kimberly has also had extensive skill and experience working with the very challenging adolescent population.
In her practice, Kimberly incorporates the idea that opportunities for growth and change already lie within. With cognitive behavioral therapy, she is able to help her consumers access their own potential to live healthier lives.