Kimber Shelton, PhD
Kimber Shelton, PhD
|Professions: Counseling Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, Psychotherapy|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: Psychologist - 36677|
Billing and Insurance
I am an in-network provider for:
Fees: Initial Assessment Appointment $150
45-50 Minutes Therapy Appointment $100-130
60 Minutes Group Therapy $35
Psychological Evaluation - fee varies by evaluation needs
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We may experience situations that leave us doubting ourselves, feeling overwhelmed, or mentally and physically defeated. Along the way we begin to question ourselves and wonder where we are going. We feel stuck. My focus in counseling is to help you quickly clarify your concerns, identify strengths and abilities that are being underused, and develop tools and resources to maintain your optimal satisfaction. When our work is over, I hope you feel empowered and excited about the changes yet to come in your life.
Email or Call Kimber Shelton, PhD at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 20018
More Info About My Practice
I am available for individual, couples, and group counseling. I am happy to see you for a diverse range of concerns including mood, anxiety, stress, abuse, and identity-related issues. I also provide community and professional workshop presentations on topics including multiculturalism and inclusivity excellence, mental health, and conflict resolution. My therapy fees range from $150-100 per session. I am on a number of insurance panels. I verify all your insurance information prior to your first appointment so that you are aware of any co-pays or costs that are to be occurred.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
Many people are ambivalent about therapy because they view needing therapy as a sign of weakness. However, it takes a great deal of strength to acknowledge a problem and actively work to resolve it. Therapy portrayals in movies and TV are grossly inaccurate and give the wrong impression about what really happens in therapy. In real life, therapy looks like a individual, couple, family or group discussing and developing solutions to overcome barriers and obstacles.
The Duration and Frequency of Therapy
In general, most clients attend therapy weekly or biweekly, however, the length of time in therapy varies by the client's goals, needs, resources and motivation. At our first session, we will discuss your goals and expectations, and collaborate on developing a timeline for meeting these goals. Throughout the therapy process, I check in with clients about their goals, modify goals as needed, and check goals off as they are reached.
My Blog Posts
- Is Your Therapist Too Nice? You Might Want to Find a New One
- Is It Ever Appropriate to Give or Accept a Gift in Therapy?
- Self-Injury, Black Youth, and the Perils of Cultural Stigma
- 5 Steps to Keeping Your Couples Vacation Conflict-Free
- How Do You Know You Can Trust Your Therapist or Doctor?
- Feedback Is Free. If It Can Serve You, Why Not Take It?
- Your Therapist Is Not Your Friend
- Why Transgender Guidelines Serve Everyone
- Authentic Allyship Can Achieve What Rachel Dolezal Cannot
- Bruce Jenner Has the Headlines, but Transgender Is Old News
- If Change Is for the Better, Why Is My Relationship Worse?
Services I Provide
- Clinical Supervision
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Psychological Evaluation
Ages I Work With
Groups I Work With
Ethnic Minorities, Sexual and Gender Minorities, and International Individuals.
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