Kim Gould, MS, LMFT-Associate
Kim Gould completed her undergraduate education at the University of Arizona where she graduated with honors and obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Directly following, she attended The Family Institute at Northwestern University to gain her Masters of Science in Marital and Family Therapy. While at Northwestern, Kim acquired experience in providing systemic therapy to individuals, couples, and families at the Bette D. Harris Family and Child Clinic. She was actively involved with a study that observed the effects of change over time in sessions, and she saw firsthand how a strong, therapist-client relationship helps to sustain and encourage progress in therapy. Kim enjoys working with clients of all ages with a wide range of presenting concerns; however, she holds a passion for working with survivors of trauma, eating disorders, and couples struggling with relational difficulties.
Kim's approach to therapy is strength-based and goal-focused. She believes that this stance allows clients to feel empowered and supported as they engage in their therapeutic work. Kim provides a nonjudgmental space in which experiences and relationships can be explored with an emphasis on trust, safety, and collaboration.