Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW

7955 E. Arapahoe Ct.

Suite 1425

Centennial, CO 80112

 (720) 900-6000

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© 2019 by Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW

Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW has more than 14 years of experience helping women remove the barriers holding them back from the life they want.  As a trauma specialist and specialist in women's issues, Kimberley has extensive training and experience in resolving PTSD, anxiety, eating disorders, the challenges of pregnancy (including infertility and postpartum issues), and other concerns particular to women.  Over the years, she has helped hundreds of women reach their goals and change their lives.

Kimberley holds an MSW from Tulane University and has worked as a therapist in hospitals and counseling centers, supervised teams of counselors, and has been invited as a subject-matter expert to give talks and trainings in areas including anxiety, complex trauma, EMDR, mindfulness, DBT, and the treatment of eating disorders.

About Me

Education:

MSW, Social Work

              Tulane University

MBA, Management / Organizational Behavior

              Tulane University

MA, Classical Archaeology

              Florida State University

Post-Baccalaureate, Classics

              University of Pennsylvania

BA, Classics

              University of Florida

Professional Associations:

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)

Post-partum Support International (PSI)
EMDR International Association (EMDRIA)

Former Board Member, Louisiana Association of

       Clinical Social Workers (LACSW)

Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW 

"I have always had a drive to understand what lies beneath." 

 

I started out as an archaeologist. I first understood the importance of examining detail and evidence while digging on archaeological excavations in Athens, Crete, and the coast of Israel.  This was fascinating, but over time I missed working to solve problems in the here and now. Next, I tried the financial sector in New York City, where I dissected data to understand productivity problems that made life difficult for my coworkers.  My focus became (a little!) clearer: I worked to create process improvements to reduce the long hours and stress levels of my coworkers.  For the company, this created a cost savings; for me, the importance was in helping others.

 

I soon understood that I wanted to help people improve their quality of life more directly and broadly.  So I became a psychotherapist.  

 

After graduating from Tulane University with a Master's of Social Work degree in 2006, I spent many years working as a psychotherapist in New Orleans before moving to beautiful Colorado in 2014.  This experience includes leading a team of crisis counselors in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, working as an eating disorder therapist for the nationally known Eating Disorder Treatment Center at River Oaks Hospital, and functioning as a staff psychotherapist at Jewish Family Service.  After earning my LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Work) credential in 2010, I opened my own private psychotherapy practice. 

 

While my background and training is broad, my passion involves helping women remove the barriers between them and the life they want.  I have a  particular passion for helping women heal trauma, from the pain of infertility to complex trauma including child sexual abuse.  My approach is relational and attachment-based.  I am extensively trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), and EMDR has been an important component of my practice since I was trained in 2007.  


After spending several years traveling and living internationally at the outset of my career, I have since incorporated my strong view of acceptance with the broad perspectives that were gained through those experiences.  My passions have always involved learning new things and working to understand what lies beneath the experiences of others, and I bring this interest, openness, and perspective into my therapeutic work.