Kimberly Niebler is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Wisconsin. Having worked in the counseling field since 2010, Kimberly received her BA in Family and Child Studies (with minors in Family Studies and Psychology) and her MA in School Counseling, both from Gallaudet University, Washington D.C. She interned at Model Secondary School for the Deaf and Wisconsin School for the Deaf, and served as elementary/middle school counselor at the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind. Kimberly is a case manager, working with Deaf adults with mental health diagnoses and also provides support at the deaf senior citizen apartments. She enjoys working with people of all ages to find their passions in life and assist them in working through barriers. In therapy, Kimberly uses a variety of techniques including increasing self-worth, stress management, anxiety reduction, mood management, work/life balance, and empowerment. She brings experience in play, sand, and art therapies with children. Kimberly values the importance of creating a healthy environment in which mental health can flourish.