Kimberly Robison

I'm here to help your:

Individuals (ages 2+)

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Autism
  • Attachment
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Postpartum Issues
  • Parent Training/Support
  • LGBTQ+ Affirming
  • Spiritual/Religious Concerns
  • Eating Disorders & Body Image
  • Life Transitions

Child-Centered Play Therapy

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)

Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT)

Kimberli Robison ,


Kim grew up in Orem, Utah in a large and loving family. As a child she was either deep in a book, climbing trees, or dancing. She married her husband, Harold, while at USU. He introduced her to the joys of country living, first in Teton Valley, Idaho and more recently in Central Utah. They are the parents of 6 children. When Kim has a spare minute, she enjoys a good book, yoga, biking, cooking, and puttering  around the house. Mostly, she finds joy in simple, ordinary days with her family.

Education and Work Experience:

Kim earned a bachelor’s degree in Family and Human Development with a Child Development emphasis from Utah State University. She planned to pursue work in child advocacy, but instead spent the next 20 years as a stay-at-home mom and advocate for her kids. Kim’s desire to help children led her to become an AmeriCorps volunteer and behavioral specialist at her local middle school. Seeing the need for
mental health services in her rural community, she earned an MSW from Utah State University. Her clinical experience has included school social work and a focus on child, adolescent, LGBTQ+, and
women’s issues.

Therapy Approach:

Foundational to Kim’s approach is a deeply held belief in the inherent goodness, value, and potential of each human being. She is grounded in the belief that the power of healing and growth lies in the connections we form and the compassion we extend to ourselves and others. Each person’s
journey is unique, so Kim takes a holistic approach, considering wellness from a physical, psychological, social, and spiritual perspective. She integrates attachment theory, compassion-focused techniques, and mindfulness practices to help individuals navigate life’s challenges. Her work with children includes Adlerian and Child-Centered Play Therapy and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy (TF-CBT).

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