Kimberly Eldridge, M.S.W., LMSW
Adults • Adolescents • Children • Families
770-218-9005 x123 • email@example.com
Days: Wed 3:30-8, Fri 12-8
Fee: $80, sliding scale available
B.A. in Psychology, Georgetown College.
M.S.W. (Master of Social Work) with Specialization in Children and Families, Kennesaw State University.
Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in the State of Georgia
Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
Current and Previous Experience
Current: School support counselor. Individual and group counseling for students. North Cobb Christian School, Kennesaw, Georgia.
School support counselor. Counseling and coaching for individual students and leading groups for executive functioning and goal setting. TLE Christian Academy, Kennesaw, Georgia.
Counseling Intern. Fountain Gate Counseling Center, Kennesaw, Georgia.
Case Management Intern. Cherokee County Division of Family and Children Services, Canton, Georgia.
Family Life Missionary. Campus Crusade for Christ, Louisville, Kentucky.
Principal Service Coordinator. Worked with adults and children with special needs. Family Support Services, Developmental Services Division of Seven Counties Services, Louisville, Kentucky.
Inpatient Hospital Representative. MedAssist, Inc., Norton Suburban Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky.
Youth Counselor III. Bellewood Home for Children, Louisville, Kentucky.
Student Missionary. Provided benevolence counseling and related services in inner city setting. North American Mission Board, Arlington, Texas.
Special Needs/Inner City Counselor. Cedar Ridge Camp, Louisville, Kentucky.
Children and adults with special needs (neurodevelopmental delays and disabilities)
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Executive functioning skills
Expressive and play-based activities
Spirituality and personal growth
Kimberly grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and moved to Georgia in 2008. She discovered a personal relationship with Christ when in college and found her purpose in helping people be who they were created to be. Kimberly loves spending time with her family, including her 2 boys, and activities such as reading, hiking, tennis, University of Kentucky basketball, and mission trips.
Kimberly believes that we all need supportive relationships and acceptance of “who we are” in order to become what God has designed us to be. She feels that counseling is a way to find this support, a door of hope that leads to transformation and the freedom to reach our personal and relational goals. Kimberly’s dream is to see families and individuals affected by mental health and developmental issues find healing and fulfillment in their life journey.