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Kimbalie (Kim) Commissiong

  • Florida
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Kimbalie (Kim) Commissiong's service

Kimbalie (Kim) Commissiong is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Florida, with a Master’s degree in Social Work from Barry University in Miami, obtained in 2000. Her extensive experience includes providing counseling for anxiety, depression, trauma, and stress. Kim has also assisted individuals in adjusting to major life changes such as divorce, loss, and disability. Her counseling style is characterized by openness, non-judgment, and interactivity. Kim firmly believes that everyone possesses individual strengths that can be harnessed to cope with difficult times and conquer challenges. She employs a combination of solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral, motivational, and compassion-focused counseling techniques, tailoring her approach to meet each client’s specific goals. Kim understands that seeking a more fulfilling and happier life requires insight and bravery, and she is dedicated to providing the necessary support and empowerment. She eagerly anticipates the opportunity to collaborate with clients on their journey towards positive change.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

Kimbalie (Kim) Commissiong is serving from:

Florida

Welcoming International Clients?

Yes

Years in practice

19 years

NPI number

1295854339

License Details

FL LCSW SW7375

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