Kim Lehmann, LPC, NCC
Kim Lehmann, LPC, NCC is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Kim is nationally certified to provide professional therapy services (certificate # 632207). Kim graduated Summa Cum Laude from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a Master’s degree in Community Counseling. Kim has completed additional trainings in the areas of play therapy, sand tray, grief and loss. In addition, Kim has completed Level One Clinical Training in the Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
The most rewarding part of being a therapist, is helping people find hope and seeing people make meaningful changes in their lives. Being a helper by nature, I find counseling to be the perfect fit for me, as I am interested in each person’s unique life circumstances. I believe that together we can reveal individual strengths and foster personal resilience. I embrace the mind and body connection, and work collaboratively with clients to develop tools and resources for a successful outcome to therapy. My primary approaches are client centered, solution focused, CBT and mindfulness techniques.
Are you feeling stressed, sad or overwhelmed? Have life’s difficulties led you to withdraw from activities you previously enjoyed? Are you experiencing a challenging life transition? We all experience difficult personal times when we need to reach out for additional support. As your counselor, we will develop practical strategies, identify your strengths, and work together to begin moving you towards a more fulfilling and balanced life.
My passion is assisting women, teens, and children in the areas of depression, grief/loss, anxiety disorders, school issues, and life adjustment. It is my goal to provide clients a safe, trusting environment to identify and nurture their therapeutic goals.
I have 15 years working as a Licensed Social Worker in a large school district. This experience has provided me with far reaching skills in guiding children, teens, and their parents through crisis, and difficult life situations. Your story deserves to be heard, so call for an appointment.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”
― Waldo Emerson