Welcome to the web page of Kimberly King, a private practice clinic. I am currently located in Plano and Southlake, TX. I am a licensed professional counselor and a registered play therapist and supervisor. I work with numerous adult issues such as: life issues, grief, anger, divorce, childhood issues, the treatment of depression, bi-polar disorder, personality disorders, anxiety phobias, trauma, and other psychiatric diagnoses. I have a great deal of experience working with children who have experienced loss, abuse, neglect, and trauma. I also work with children who have been diagnosed with ADHD, depression, adjustment disorders, and oppositional defiant disorder. My specialty is play therapy and I enjoy the challenges and courage children have. I received my training from Dr. Garry Landreth at the University of North Texas. I worked as his assistant director in the Center for Play Therapy while receiving my doctorate.
I also provide parent training in play, limit setting, and nurturance. I believe most parents are trying their very best with their children and sometimes they just need the tools to connect in deeper and more rewarding way with their children.
If you are a therapist looking for supervision, I have been providing many therapists, over the years, supervision in play therapy to obtain their registered play therapy credentials. I am also an approved supervisor in Texas for licensure.
If you or someone you know could benefit from counseling services, please call 940.595.3219
or e-mail me at: email@example.com.
The following services are offered:
Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Parent Training, Child and Group Play Therapy, Supervision, Filial Therapy, Adolescent Therapy, and Family Therapy
Play Therapy >>
Play therapy is a form of therapy that developmentally meets the child’s needs at an emotional, behavioral, and cognitive level. Play therapy is based on the relationship between the therapist and the child, allowing the child to explore thoughts, feelings and experiences in their natural medium of play.
Group Therapy >>
Therapy delivered in a group setting of 3 - 10 members to explore, change, and develop interpersonal relationships through the realm of the group.
Individual Therapy >>
Focuses on resolving the issues that have brought you the counseling such as grief, anger, and childhood pain, and help you establish your life through a nurturing process.
Family Therapy >>
This type of therapy refers to involving the family in therapy to work on developing positive relationships and interactions between family members.