Kimberly Grocher earned a BS in Psychology from Towson University in Baltimore, MD, MSW from Howard University in Washington DC, and MA in Media Studies & Media Management from The New School in New York City. She completed post-graduate training in Psychodynamic Couple Therapy at the Training Institute for Mental and received professional coach training through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC). Kimberly is completing her PhD in Social Work at Fordham University where her research focuses on using media & technology to enhance practice and policy development around mental health as well as using mind-body therapies to improve mental and physical well being in women of color.
Kimberly has provided psychotherapy, coaching, and consultation services in numerous settings in the Baltimore/Washington DC Metro area, South Florida, and New York City including inpatient and outpatient mental health and substance abuse settings, sub-acute and long-term care, corporations (such as New York Times, The Times, Viacom, etc.), and private practice. She currently practices at the Weill Cornell Psychiatry Specialty Center providing individual and group psychotherapy to women struggling with mood, anxiety, and trauma disorders. She also specializes in treating couples using Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) and the Gottman Method.
In addition to her clinical work, she has extensive experience as a trainer and educator presenting on topics around health & wellness, media & technology in clinical practice, and non-profit management.