Professional women and creative entrepreneurs face unique challenges that often go unnoticed to the people around them. Meeting the ever changing demands of family, professions, productivity, and financial obligations while trying to maintain your health and peace of mind can create the appearance that you have it all together on the outside, but inside you know it’s a totally different story. It’s only a matter of time before the anxiety, sadness, stress, or simply lack of knowing what to do next takes its toll on your life. I provide professional coaching, therapy, and yoga services to professional women and creative entrepreneurs who want to move from surviving to thriving in their lives.

"Don't play small. This is your life. Make it your goal to live the story you want to tell." – Valerie Burton

Therapy can be beneficial for addressing:

Coaching can help with:

Yoga has been shown to:

My approach is multidimensional taking into account the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of each person and customizing services to meet the unique needs of that individual. My down to earth nature infused with professionalism and commitment to providing quality services creates an experience that is healing, transformative, and life changing for my clients. Sessions are offered in person and online allowing for consistency and flexibility for busy professionals and entrepreneurs.

Learn More About Who I Am

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 Health in NYC and received coach training through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC).  Kimberly is completing her PhD in Social Work at Fordham University in New York City where her research focuses on using Media & Technology to enhance clinical practice, organizational, and policy development around mental and physical health as well as mind-body therapies to prevent and alleviate mental illness in women of color.

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